Cents Per Mile: Neighborhood Electric Vehicle Takes Streets Massachusetts
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HULL -- While gas prices have jumped to an average of $2.65, Michael Connelly and Judeth VanHamm are spending only a penny per mile to get around.
The Hull couple’s zero-emissions Club Car Village 2+2 became the first vehicle registered in Massachusetts as a “low-speed vehicle.”
At the Hingham Harbor Sunoco station on Thursday, technician Michael Galluzzo slapped an inspection sticker on the four-wheel buggy, which is powered by six 8-volt batteries.
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