Yes, have been getting lots of info over there, but there isn't much of a Utah contingent, so this thread could come in handy for locale-specific EV questions. Cheers!garygid wrote:All kind souls are welcome here.
Howeve, you might want to check out
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if you have not already done so.
There is a lot more info here.
https://www11.ultirecruit.com/SOL1002/J ... _VT=ExtCan" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;KJWL wrote: I've been haunting the Tesla Motors Club forum like crazy lately, which is among the reasons I haven't been here much. If I thought I could make a living at full time EV advocacy, any & all EVs, I'd start tomorrow.
Is Josh at TD Murray or Sandy? My girlfriend looked at a 2013 Leaf last weekend in Sandy, but we didn't meet a Josh. She'd certainly like to hear about any amazing lease offers, so feel free to pass it on. It sounded like the 2013s have been selling well so far — hopefully it keeps up!KJWL wrote:Hey Gary! I've been seeing quite a few LEAFs around just lately. For a long time it seemed like all 7 or 10 or? of us all knew each other, but now random sightings are getting common. Josh is still at Tim Dahle Nissan & he sent me the nice 2013 brochure w an amazingly low $ lease offer they have. I figure he's doing most of the sales.
Nearly one in three Utah residents stands to have worse health due to high levels of pollution, the report found. That's the proportion of Utah residents who are younger than 18, older than 65 or have asthma or heart disease. About two in five Americans, or about 131.8 million people, dealt with unhealthy levels of pollution sometime during the year.
Hello to you as well. I hope you enjoy driving your LEAF as much I enjoy driving mine.Unosaxum wrote:Hello all!
I'm now a proud owner of a new Nissan Leaf SL in red. Got it from Ken Garff in SLC.
Why did I go 100% electric on my new car? Um, less fuel/maintenance costs mainly, that and red burn days affecting my asthma.
I live in the Sugar house/Liberty park area and it's only 4.5 miles to my work one way, and the rest of my points of destination are well within the range of a full battery.
I didn't purchase a 240v charging station when I bought the car because my house is old Tube and wire and needs some extra TLC and effort to get a power line out to our driveway.
for me the charging station is going to have to endure the Utah weather no garage or carport, any suggestions as to what brand/model has worked for you, and who did the installation?