“A new book arrives for the Holidays to answer the many questions millions have about electric cars and the many new “Plug-In” Hybrids. What Is the Electric Car? 79 REASONS to Drive Electric is a spin-off from the award-winning film “What is the Electric Car?” The book was written by Scott duPont (who also produced and hosted the film) with an Introduction by Actor – Environmentalist Ed Begley, Jr. and an epilogue by MLB All-Star Jeremy
Guthrie. The list of contributing authors reads like the “Who’s-Who” in the world of International Associations & Organizations, Electric Vehicle experts, Professional athletes, and Hollywood celebrities. The book covers every conceivable reason why drivers will want to consider electric for their next vehicle purchase. Nicolas Zart from CarNewsCafe.com remarks: “For the 15 million people buying a new car in the U.S. next year, this book is a MUST READ!” While the film impacted thousands of people to buy or lease electric cars, this au courant book answers even more questions to enlighten and educate drivers about electric cars before they go to showrooms.
The brand new book features chapters (including funny stories and witty anecdotes) from the following contributing authors: Jay Leno, Larry Hagman, Fabio, Alexandra Paul, Peter Horton, Leilani Münter, Nancy Cartwright, Richard Battersby, Michael Brune, Dave Beltrami, Aaron Berger, Goering Castro, Audrey & Steve Clunn, Maurice Crumby, Mercy Davison, David
Eagle, Steve Factor, Bill Ferree, Brian Folb, Rona Fried, Ron Freund, Gina Garcia, Bruce Gast, Electra Girl,Tim Goodrich, Dulcy Green, Susan Jones, Richard Kelly, Justin Lamb, Cristi Landy, Ken LaRoe, Peter Lehner, Ginny Scales-Mederios, William Moore, Linda Nicholes, Alyshia Ochse, Katie Oran, Rick Pamplin, Andrew Reilly, Marianne Lising Salomonis, Tom Saxton, Jannelle Schneider, Paul & Zan Scott, Rick Sikes, Eric Swenson, Nathan Taft, Mark Tomlinson, Larry Wexler, Alan & Norma Williamson, and Todd Woody.
Included is insightful information from key manufacturers, vendors, drivers & pioneers in the Electric Vehicle (EV) industry predicted to explode over the next 36 months as new electric cars like the BMW i3, Mercedes B, Cadillac ELR, Toyota RAV-4EV, Chevy SPARK, Mitsubishi I-MiEV , Nissan e-NV200 Van, Tesla Model X, VW e-Golf, Wheego LiFE, Tango T-600 and others start arriving showrooms nationwide. Readers will likely consider these new EVs (which plug into a 110v outlet & don’t use a drop of gasoline or oil), before
purchasing their next car.