For those who’d like to see what it’s like to own an electric vehicle before buying one, the state’s largest electric utility has partnered with an Indiana-based company that will let you essentially rent one, complete with an at-home charger, on a month-to-month basis.
Committing to an electric car can be a tough call for some, but now you can test-drive your options.
Green Mountain Power just launched the Try-an-EV program. It’s a monthly subscription allowing customers to choose a car, schedule a delivery online and essentially borrow wheels.
A new program seeks to entice Vermonters to switch to electric vehicles by giving them an opportunity to take one home.
Green Mountain Power announced its new Try an EV program on Thursday, which will allow customers to select an electric vehicle and have it delivered to their home.
Motor and Green Mountain Power Launch Program to Accelerate EV Adoption in Vermont.
Motor Announces $7 Million Series A Investment to Accelerate Adoption of Electric Vehicles. AES and Mitsubishi Corporation invest in Motor to provide consumer EV adoption services to electric utility companies.
As gas prices climbing higher with few signs of relief at the pump coming soon, many around Indiana are turning in their gas-guzzling cars in favor of electric vehicles they can charge and go.
Now, the real estate agents at F.C. Tucker have an easier option to make the switch, partnering with Motor to offer realtors and clients a subscription service for electric vehicles, an all-inclusive monthly payment to help avoid the pain at the pump.
Indianapolis-based F.C. Tucker Co. is partnering with Motor, an electric car subscription and buying service, to provide improve access to electric vehicles for agents and clients. The real estate company says the partnership will also include an incentive program, called Charging Ahead, that will help foster electric car adoption throughout central Indiana.
Motor Drive, a local electric car subscription service, is making a case for switching to electric vehicles as families get on the road ahead of Memorial Day weekend.
The continually rising gas prices along with the political stalemate happening at the state and federal level, leaves drivers forced to pay for a commodity they need, no matter how high the price goes. However, there is an alternative out there.
From gas prices to climate concerns, there are many reasons to trade your old, gas-powered ride for a high-tech electric vehicle. But it’s not always easy to make the switch!
Coupled with rising gas prices and the need to replace a family car, my husband and I recently began chatting about electric vehicles. Does one make sense for us? Is it reasonable for road trips? And how much does charging really cost?
Indianapolis-based brokerage F.C. Tucker is teaming up with the electric car subscription and buying service Motor to provide access to electric vehicles to its real estate agents and their clients. The new program, Charging Ahead, aims to accelerate electric car adoption in central Indiana.
Indianapolis-based electric vehicle subscription service Motor has developed a partnership with real estate firm F.C. Tucker Co. to get more realtors behind the wheel of EVs. The incentive program, Charging Ahead, is part of Motor’s effort to increase electric car adoption in central Indiana.
If you’ve been part of the “Maven Movement” for a while, you know we love Motor Drive. This local electric car subscription rents out luxury electric vehicles on a monthly basis, allowing you to drive luxury in a cost-effective way, help the earth, and snag great parking spots.
Have you ever wanted to drive an electric car? Next week may be the perfect time to try it!
Motor has become a driving force to power the future of electric vehicles and is partnering with AES Indiana to get consumers to adopt electric cars.
Incubated out of The AES Corp., Motor has hired Rhett Barker as Indianapolis city lead and Caleb Day as fleet operations associate.
Kristin Nutter and Melissa Wang joined Motor as directors of marketing and product development, respectively. Nutter brings marketing experience with automotive brands including Audi and Mercedes-Benz. Wang was most recently at CleanChoice Energy. Incubated out of AES, Motor aims to accelerate EV consumer adoption by engaging customers through their utilities and offering access to shared or individual EV ownership.
AES Indiana is partnering with Motor in an effort to spur electric car adoption.
AES saw Motor Drive as an opportunity to accelerate adoption of electric cars out on the road today and we see an important role for utilities in this conversation.
The flexibility of the service and the home delivery of vehicles may be especially appealing for some customers.
Motor Drive provides people a flexible, low-risk way to try electric cars without making a long-term commitment.
Getting behind the wheel of a car has taken a new turn in Indianapolis with the recent arrival of Motor Drive, an electric car service that promotes clean energy and breaks the traditional mold of vehicle financing.
It’s a unique experience that allows drivers to get behind the wheel because the challenge we’re facing is that 70 percent of Americans have never actually been in an electric car.
Motor Drive is mission-based. Its objective is to promote EVs as sustainable transportation.
If you are curious about switching to an electric car but don’t want to commit to buying one, a new option is available in Indianapolis.