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Good Earth Electric Vehicles To Showcase Freedom Vehicles At Alternative Transportation Expo


Good Earth Electric Vehicles (GEEV) announces it will showcase its new Freedom Truck and Freedom Buggy electric vehicles at the Alternative Car and Transportation Expo in Santa Monica, CA, on October 19th and 20th.

GEEV's Freedom vehicles use state of the art, patented technology that allow vehicles to travel over 100 miles per charge and up to 1,000 pounds of cargo load capacity. Their patented controller draws only the amount of power needed at any given time from the vehicle's batteries, whereas other electric vehicles lack this unique power-saving technology.

The Freedom vehicles also maximize performance from existing lead acid battery technology, ensuring a powerful and affordable product. While most companies are exploring lithium batteries, that technology is still new, unreliable and very costly.

"Our use of reliable lead-acid batteries ensures an affordable and powerful product. While other lead-acid electric vehicles travel between 20 and 50 miles per charge, our Freedom vehicles can exceed 100 miles in a single charge," said Jim Hawes, CEO of Good Earth Electric Vehicles.

GEEV's Freedom Buggy and Freedom Truck are also far more affordable on a performance basis than most of the competition.

The Alternative Car and Transportation Expo is an annual showcase of the leading companies in the clean energy transportation industry. This year's expo will feature over 150 exhibits of the latest technologies including electric, natural gas, biodiesel, hydrogen, ethanol, propane and hybrid products. The expo will also feature several seminars and panels to debate the future of alternative transportation technologies.





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