While the Gulf is Under Seige, Nashville is Opening its First Electric Vehicle Dealership

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The area's first 100% electric vehicle dealership is holding a grand opening event starting at 5 p.m. on Friday, May 28, featuring Tennessee's first free solar powered charging station for electric vehicles and debut of Nashville-built NoGas electric vehicles, custom engineered and designed by Nashville owner and founder James Arledge. In a world striving to find alternatives to oil, Arledge has an answer.

The area's first 100% electric vehicle dealership is holding a grand opening event starting at 4 p.m. on Friday, May 28, featuring Tennessee's first free solar powered charging station for electric vehicles and debut of Nashville-built NoGas electric vehicles, custom engineered and designed by Nashville owner and founder James Arledge. In a world striving to find alternatives to oil, Arledge has an answer.

Nogas Electric Vehicle Co, 2612 Windford Ave., is a dealership that offers a product line of unique, zero-emissions vehicles including totally electric powered e-scooters, e-motorcycles and e-bikes developed by owner James Arledge. Arledge is also Nashville's primary consultant for Toyota Prius conversions.

Arledge says that his electric vehicles use "green" batteries that when finished can be used to fertilize soil. Arledge maintains a fresh vegetable "Battery Garden" on premises, which will be featured at the Grand Opening. All Nogas products can be recharged by any 110V electrical outlet, or by their solar power systems.

"My feeling is that many of us want to do something positive in the direction of gas and oil independence and alternatives. Until now, nothing has been truly viable due to poor performance but all that has changed and I am glad to be part of making it affordable and available." -- James Arledge

The grand opening debut will feature demonstrations, test rides and short presentations about new technologies that are now available. Attendees will also be able to test out their new "custom" scooter wraps to see what a completely custom (or branded electric vehicle) would look like.

For more information, visit http://www.nogasamerica.com.

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