Over the course of a few months I learned what worked; what didn't work; how to do things cheaper - and how to do things smarter - and I compiled it all into an easy to understand, plain-English eBook packed full with diagrams & pictures and complemented with step-by-step video tutorials.
New Plymouth, New Zealand (PRWEB) August 20, 2009
"Over 50% of the people who attempt to convert a car to run on electricity simply give up out of fear of the unknown," says EvSecrets co-founder Gavin Shoebridge. The author of the new eBook Electric Vehicle Conversion Made Easy has already converted his own car to electric and says, "The information you need is out there - but it takes many months of research and question asking to find it all out - and that sets a lot of people off."
Mr Shoebridge grew weary of filling his car with gas each week and decided to do something about it. He writes on EVsecrets.com: "Changing my car's motor oil was the limit of my mechanical ability so the thought of converting a car to electricity seemed terrifying." Yet he persevered through trial and error to convert his broken-down gas clunker into a fast, reliable electric car.
"Over the course of a few months I learned what worked; what didn't work; how to do things cheaper - and how to do things smarter - and I compiled it all into an easy to understand, plain-English eBook packed full with diagrams & pictures and complemented with step-by-step video tutorials."
His 142-page publication & videos break down complex issues into plain English, such as deciding how many batteries are needed to get the range required, how to join the motor to the gearbox, and where to find good second hand parts. By interviewing other converters in various stages of their conversion he was able to provide many different options, allowing the reader to personalize their conversion and reduce cost in the process.
During his research Mr. Shoebridge purchased various books that were on offer but he was always left disappointed. "They either left me with unanswered questions, or I was confused with charts & formulas I couldn't use in the real world." He continues, "And when I needed to ask questions about my own conversion there was no one to turn to." EVsecrets.com solves this problem by offering ongoing support to all customers, setting them apart from other electric car publications.
Converting cars to run on electricity has become a growing trend in recent years. A trend which was heavily fueled by last year's extreme gas prices. Now as the economy starts to recover the price of gas is resuming its ever-upward climb.
Coupled with the fact that affordable, factory-made electric cars are still many years away, it's evident why so many motorists have given up waiting and beaten the oil companies at their own game, keeping money in their pockets instead.
After owning an electric car for almost two years Mr Shoebridge took his wife to Tahiti on the $3000 trip he saved with his electric vehicle not needing to buy any gas. He says, "Instead of shelling out at the pump, I put that $40 a week into a jar instead - and before you know it I was in Tahiti!" He continues, "It's hard to describe the feeling you get when you drive silently past a gas station in your electric car. Everybody should be doing this and now with my eBook the fear of the unknown can no longer stand in people's way."
"Electric Vehicle Conversion Made Easy" is now available at http://www.evsecrets.com.
EVsecrets was co-founded by Gavin Shoebridge. He is the author of the new eBook "Electric Vehicle Conversion Made Easy". He has already converted his car to run on electricity and is sharing all the "insider secrets" that only people who've already converted vehicles successfully would know about. This easy-to-read ebook takes everybody step-by-step through every single element of planning, implementing and succeeding with an electric conversion. For more information visit: EvSecrets.com.