BREVC
Blue Ridge EV Club - the joy of electric driving!
Greenfest 2017 EV Car Show
Professor Plug In's Talk:
Driving Progress in the Post-Truth Era
Electric Cars
2017 Chevrolet Bolt: 
238 miles all electric

Drive Electric 2016

Lots of interest at the 2017 Home Garden and Green Living Show.   On diplay were a Nissan Leaf and BMW I3, plus an enlightening workshop on the History and Feasibility of Electric Cars
Home Show 2017
Fast Charger
IONIQ
  Cost to  drive an EV 100 miles:  $2.50

50 mpg Prius: $5.50

25 mpg car: $11.00

(based on electricity cost of $0.10 per Kwh, 4 miles per Kwh average EV efficiency  and gasoline cost of $2.25 per gallon)​​
  
Pure EVs (BEVs) require no oil changes and less maintenance.

Performance (pick up, handling etc.) of electric cars is better than their gas counterparts.

After a long EV life, batteries can be reused in other applications such as energy and wind storage.
  

About

EV's - The Future of Personal Transportation
In the last few years Electric Vehicles have become more prevalent on the roads.  The Blue Ridge EV Club is part of that movement to make EV's mainstream, where the question will become not "why do you drive an electric car", but "why do you still drive a gas car?"
DRIVE ELECTRIC WEEK 

Charging 101:
http://driveelectrictn.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/EVSE-Presentation-Updated-Feb-2016.pdf

Resources and Links:
OUR PHILOSOPHY

The Blue Ridge EV Club is for all EV enthusiasts interested in promoting the benefits and joy of driving plug-in electric vehicles.   Members are located in and around the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains in the Western North Carolina region. We are affiliated with the Electric Auto Association and endorse it’s mission statement:
"The Electric Auto Association accelerates the widespread adoption of plug-in electric vehicles through education and advocacy."