California Municipalities Purchase Zenith Electric Vans

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Danville, Schaefer, Woodland and Redwood City have something in common. All recently purchased Zenith Electric Shuttle and Cargo Vans, in 2015, to become more flexible and efficient with zero carbon emissions while saving precious budget money over time.

Danville, Schaefer, Woodland and Redwood City have something in common. All recently purchased Zenith Electric Shuttle and Cargo Vans, in 2015, to become more flexible and efficient with zero carbon emissions while saving precious budget money over time.

The Zenith Electric Vehicles are being used in a variety of ways. Passenger shuttles have replaced some under-capacity buses in downtown areas. Senior Center Vans are equipped with wheelchair lift and automatic sliding doors. A cargo version is being use for municipal facilities maintenance. The most unique application is for a Police Crime Scene Evidence Van. The Zenith Electric Vans are equipped with regenerative braking. They average between 90 and 110 miles between charges and can be recharged in 4 to 6 hours. One municipality has even installed solar Electric Vehicle Charging Stations to eliminate “fuel” costs completely.

“Our vehicles reduce fuel and maintenance costs with zero carbon emissions.” said William Yung III, CEO for Zenith Motor. “The technology for motors and storage batteries will continue to get more efficient. The price of fossil fuels will continue to fluctuate based on production and political variables that no business can control. Our all electric shuttles and cargo vans provide a more stable operational cost structure for our customers and gives the added benefit of zero emissions that their customers overwhelmingly appreciate.”

For more information, please contact Christine Smith at christine.smith(at)zenith-motors.com

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