San Diego County Electric Vehicle and Hybrid Conversions
Looking for a conversion company you can trust? Look no further!
See why the Electric Vehicle Association of San Diego has rated us as the best electric vehicle and hybrid conversion
specialists in the San Diego area. No shop is as quick, qualified,
or convenient. All of our conversion specialists drive electric vehicles, with over 15 years of combined experience. We offer a free shuttle service*
and guarantee your car will be ready when we say it is ready, or we will give you 10% off conversion**. Ask about our
No Hassle Guarantee!
Why we stand out from the rest:
Don't wait until gas costs $4.00 a gallon.
Come in for a conversion analysis today!
We Drive Electric!
*Within a fifteen mile radius of Zero Gas Vehicles
- We use the latest in diagnostic technology to get you on the road safely and quickly.
- Free consultation with an electrical engineer.
- Free loaner for conversions over $20,000.
- Independently owned and operated.
- We warranty our work.
- Contact our satisfied customers!
**See manager for details.
Electric Vehicles (EVs) provide a cleaner source of transportation
Traditional cars really are pretty bad
- Electric engines are so efficient that they produce less than 40% as much greenhouse emissions as gas-powered vehicles produce.
- EVs reduce carbon emissions by more than 80% per mile.
- They also reduce the amount of volatile organic chemicals (VOCs) by up to 90% per mile.
- EVs achieve these reductions when charged on the electric power grid. Charging one with a renewable energy system like solar or wind power will make it even cleaner 1.
- The emissions from cars traveling in a region make driving the largest source of air pollution in cities 2.
- Gasoline and diesel powered motor vehicles generate almost 25% of the pollutants responsible for climate change 3.
- In addition to CO2, mobile emissions sources contain:
* Nitrogen Oxides (NOx)
* Carbon Monoxide
- Even though these chemicals remain nearly invisible
- until they combine to form smog, public health problems from
- vehicle emissions cost the US approximately $40 to $64 billion per year.
- Exposure to emissions may lead to health problems such as:
* Asthma attacks
* Hodgkin's disease
* Lung Cancer 4
- Air pollution from vehicle emissions can also create water quality problems and combine into new chemicals that damage buildings and crops.
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Argonne National Laboratory Transportation Technology R&D Center
Website. Software: GREET 1, Version 1.7 Copyright © 1999 UChicago
Argonne, LLC Available at:
Accessed December 15, 2006.
2.U.S. EPA Automobile
Emissions Overview Page. U.S. EPA Website. Available
Accessed February 28, 2007.
and Trucks and Global Warming. Clean
Cars Page. Union of Concern Scientists Website. Available at:
Accessed: January 9, 2007.
the Air. Public Health Threats
from Cars and Heavy Duty Vehicles- Why We
Need to Protect Federal Clean Air Laws. Surface
Transportation Policy Partnership Website.
Available at: http://www.transact.org/report.asp?id=227.
Accessed. January 9, 2007.