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|Posted on January 9, 2014 at 2:30 PM||comments (0)|
Let's face it, VOLT rocks !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
|Posted on January 8, 2014 at 12:30 AM||comments (0)|
I'm driving the Volt now since a little bit more as a year and my Miles per Gallon of Gas it's only 269.52.
I used so far with 7660 miles 11 Gallon of gas.
So think about what you're paying on the pump within a month, probably more as I do. I can help you to change this. How? Ask me.
Till the next time, be safe out there.
|Posted on April 17, 2013 at 8:35 AM||comments (0)|
I like to update my information about my driving habits. I'm the proud owner of a Chevrolet Volt since December 23th of 2012. I drove so far over 1900 miles with no drop of gas. If you see the the price for gas down here in Florida and if you think about that I drove a truck before, I saved more as $500 on gas in the first 3 month of this year. To drive a VOLT is a no brainer, think about it.
Be safe out there
|Posted on May 1, 2012 at 12:55 AM||comments (0)|
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|Posted on March 26, 2012 at 5:40 PM||comments (0)|
Is the Chevrolet Volt the iPhone of the American car industry? According to media entrepreneur Lee Speckerman that's exactly the case. In a recent interview on FOX News, Spieckerman says the Volt can help promote American energy independence and if 30 million Volts were on American roads the U.S. would save 103% of the oil imported from the Middle East and OPEC over 10 years. You can watch the clip below. Sound off and let us know what you think.
Enjoy your driving and don't pay to much money for gas.
|Posted on March 23, 2012 at 7:15 AM||comments (0)|
Good morning everybody,
Gas prices went up again on Tuesday. In the morning on my way to work it was at $3.69 and at night on my way home it was up to $3.85. 16 cents in a day.
This is the time where the VOLT comes in handy. Think about, driving every day to work and don't worry about the gas price because you don't need gas.
Have a great day and drive careful out there and if you have question's come and see me.
|Posted on March 19, 2012 at 1:45 AM||comments (0)|
Good morning everyone,
Sun is shining here in Florida, gas prices right now are not rising, but it will go up soon.
Yesterday I was reading an article about the electric highway. On I-5 which is going on the West Coast from Canada to Mexico they installed on a 160 mile stretch fast-charging stations so a Nissan Leaf owner can go further than the 80 miles the car can usually run. On this station’s you can recharge an EV within 20 minutes. This station’s are spaced every 25 miles, so a Leaf can stop every 2nd station without running in problems.
The governors of Oregon, California and Washington signed an agreement to turn I-5 into an "Electric Highway" in 2009.
By the end of this year, DC fast-chargers will be installed along I-5 from Canada to the California border, a distance of about 550 miles. Another 22 are being installed in locations as far away as 120 miles from Portland, Oregon's largest city.
The Interstate 5 stretch is not the first electric highway corridor in the country.
That honor goes to Tennessee, where Cracker Barrel Old Country Store restaurants installed a network of charging stations last year along interstates connecting Nashville, Knoxville and Chattanooga, a total of 425 miles.
How is this with a VOLT? Do you have the same problems with a VOLT? Do you need this station’s? You can use them, yes, save even more gas for you. But do you need them? Not really.
One of my customers told me his experience. He went on a trip from Florida to Virginia and the Generator started the first time running after around 50 miles. After that he was driving with the gas powered Generator and was still saving a lot of gas. I was looking at the display; it showed me 76 mpg after his trip. Any questions?
This is it for today. Enjoy the day and drive careful out there.
|Posted on March 1, 2012 at 1:30 AM||comments (0)|
Ever thought about driving a car powered by electricity? I don't talk about the one's you use on the green, I'm talking about the one's you can drive on the road and still have fun with it. I'm usually driving an Avalanche, but when my transmission quit and I needed a ride home I was using a Chevrolet VOLT for a week and I have to tell you, I had a lot of fun.
First of all, driving around and passing gas stations and see the price for a gallon of gas without using it, that was a good feeling. Filling up the battery is no problem. Recharge the battery with 240V connector within 4 hours, if you use 110 Volt, you do it overnight without any problems.
Running out of battery power, no problem, the gas engine comes in. I know, now you say, it's a hybrid. WRONG! It's not a hybrid.
Think about the following. You loosing power ay your house and you want to run your fridge. What are you doing? Hooking up the fridge to a generator. The same happens here. The gas engine is nothing else as a generator which is producing electricity which is needed to drive the car.
I will write about this more in the next couple of days.
Everybody has a wonderful day. Drive save out there.
|Posted on February 28, 2012 at 9:55 AM||comments (0)|
Good morning everybody.
The nationwide average rose to $3.72 a gallon, up 2 cents from a day earlier, according to the motorist group AAA.
Only a month ago, the nationwide average was $3.42 a gallon.
Gas prices are up 13.3% so far in 2012. The average price is down 40 cents, or about 9.7%, from the record high of $4.11 reported on July 17, 2008.
Gas prices as an average in Florida right now at $3.77.
How much gas are you "burning" on your daily commute to work? $5, $10 or more?
How about to drive every day 35 to 40 miles without one drop of gas? The gas stations will not love you for this, but your wallet will be happy.
You will read more in the next days about my thoughts in this matter.
Have a wonderful day and enjoy your driving and be safe out there!