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Zipcar adds electric vehicles in Portland

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Wednesday, February 27, 2013

Zipcar is adding battery-powered Honda Fit EVs to the Portland State University campus with charging stations by ECOtality.

“The new EVs add to the selection of smart and sustainable vehicle options Zipcar currently offers, and will help our members further reduce their environmental impact by driving on electricity only,” said Jeremy Nelson, general manager of Zipcar Portland.

The electric cars are open to all Zipcar members ages 21 and older for rates starting at $10.25 per hour.

Read more at The Portland Tribune.

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