The annual Leading the Charge road trip is over for 2018. Another great adventure was enjoyed by the dozen or so drivers who took in large sections, or all of, the route this year.
By time we got to the start, ran the course, and took test rides, the total distance traveled was just under 6000km.Read more
Whanganui people were queuing in their hundreds to test drive a fleet of electric vehicles on Saturday.
[Wanganui Chronicle - 26th March 2018]
As the driver of New Zealand's first plug-in taxi, Margaret Baker was an early convert to electric vehicles (EVs).
[NZ Herald Travel - 24th March 2018]
Whanganui Film Society presents two films this week — one this Saturday, March 24, which is a special presentation of the documentary Revenge of the Electric Car.
[Wanganui Chronicle - 23rd March 2018]
A convoy of electric vehicles will park up to promote EV technology at the Whanganui Pak'nSave car park on March 24.
[Wanganui Chronicle - 20th March 2018]
High-profile American electric vehicle advocate Chelsea Sexton says she does not own an EV.
[Stuff Motoring - 20th March 2018]
The old and the new will parade side by side when the annual Leading the Charge electric vehicle parade comes to Palmerston North.
[Stuff Motoring - 19th March 2018]
A fleet of electric vehicles has visited Dunedin in a show of power for the industry, and amid signs of the rapidly growing popularity of this form of transport.
[Otago Daily Times - 17th March 2018]
The third annual Leading the Charge EV tour from Bluff to Cape Reinga has kicked off once again to promote and encourage more Kiwi into zero emission electric vehicles.
[New Zealand Auto Car - 15th March 2018]