About Plug’n Drive

Plug’n Drive is a non-profit organization committed to accelerating the adoption of electric vehicles (EV) to maximize their environmental and economic benefits. Over the past three years, Plug’n Drive established itself as a leader in the (EV) space; a trusted source of unbiased information on electric cars, charging stations and the electricity sector. Our programming focuses on three key messages:

  1. Electric vehicles save drivers money
  2. Electric vehicles help the environment
  3. Electric vehicles benefit the local economy

2 thoughts on “About Plug’n Drive

  1. I have developed a DC modular Power System, which took almost nine years to work the kinks out, it is all solid state no moving parts zero emissions, our test vehicle is going to be my very own, 1997 Chevrolet suburban C1500 LT, rear wheel drive.
    The engine blew a head gasket on February 23, 2016., I was planning to convert it from gas to all electric in the near future, but thanks to the E-10 ethanol fuel, it made the choice for me!
    The Power System will give the Suburban a minimum of 500 miles range… non-stop driving at highway speeds.
    The reason’s for this email, is we want to make people aware of what we are doing, and to raise awareness of our KickStarter Campaign, it will not be ready for a while as we just started on it.

    The only way that I can see to demonstrate the system is to conduct a distance test of 600 miles, with video capturing inside and out side of the vehicle with Date and Time stamp, we will also have two Law enforcement officers inspect the entire vehicle, an give a sworn statement of what the did or did not fine!
    The video will not be edited, and will be around eight to ten hours.

    Feel free to email with any questions!

    RangeLess, Inc.


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