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Electric vehicle Expo in Bangalow, Sept 11

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Alex Bosin, from EV Classic (based in Byron), will be one of the EV specialists on hand at the expo. Photo supplied

Zero Emissions Byron is holding an Electric Vehicle Expo at Bangalow Showgrounds between 10am and 4pm on Sunday, September 11.

Organisers say there will be a range of new electric vehicles, plus secondhand EVs, and VW Kombis that have been converted to EV, and a number of privately owned EVs with their owners on hand. 

Electric bikes and other varieties of electric transport will be available to inspect.

‘Come along and see the latest vehicles available in Australia. Talk to vehicle dealers, as well as local owners and EV experts and get all your questions answered’, said Muriel Watt, ZEB co-convenor.


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