Advocacy group for electric cars forms in Durango

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Advocacy group for electric cars forms in Durango

Group says it will push for more charging stations
Sarah Kelly charges her 2017 Nissan Leaf electric car on Tuesday at one of four charging stations in the parking lot of Mercy Regional Medical Center. Kelly gets about 150 miles from a complete charge of the car’s batteries and that is more than plenty for her commute to work and errands around town.
Sarah Kelly charges her 2017 Nissan Leaf electric car on Tuesday at one of four charging stations in the parking lot of Mercy Regional Medical Center. Kelly gets about 150 miles from a complete charge of the car batteries and is more than plenty for her commute to work and errands around town.
Sarah Kelly says she just loves her 2017 Nissan Leaf electric car that rides great and has more than plenty of power for passing cars.
Sarah Kelly says she just loves her 2017 Nissan Leaf electric car that rides great and has more than plenty of power for passing cars.

Advocacy group for electric cars forms in Durango

Sarah Kelly charges her 2017 Nissan Leaf electric car on Tuesday at one of four charging stations in the parking lot of Mercy Regional Medical Center. Kelly gets about 150 miles from a complete charge of the car’s batteries and that is more than plenty for her commute to work and errands around town.
Sarah Kelly charges her 2017 Nissan Leaf electric car on Tuesday at one of four charging stations in the parking lot of Mercy Regional Medical Center. Kelly gets about 150 miles from a complete charge of the car batteries and is more than plenty for her commute to work and errands around town.
Sarah Kelly says she just loves her 2017 Nissan Leaf electric car that rides great and has more than plenty of power for passing cars.
Sarah Kelly says she just loves her 2017 Nissan Leaf electric car that rides great and has more than plenty of power for passing cars.
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