Electric Vehicles Driven

Not only do we sell electric vehicles, we also drive electric vehicles.

Electrica 007

This 1981 Electrica 007 was manufactured by a company called Jet Industries.

Electrica 007

After we purchased it, we put in a newer controller and installed a new battery charger.


Xebra

This 100% Electric Vehicle has a top speed of 40 mph and can go up to 25 miles on a charge. It plugs right into a regular household electrical outlet and will charge fully in 8 hours.

It is a 2006 Xebra Sedan from ZAP!, which is based in California.

Xebra

It is a neat little car that gets the equivalent of 150 miles to a gallon and costs about 3 cents per mile to charge.


When the weather is warmer, the owner of PA Electrics saves money on gas while getting some exercise too, by taking his Liberty Electric Bike 443 Mountain Bike to work.

443 Mountain Bike

443 Mountain Bike

The range on a full charge is 24-27 miles depending on conditions. Maximum Speed is 15 mph, however, it can go faster with pedaling.

Pedaling increases both the speed and the range. The 443 Mountain Bike gives him the best of both worlds! Exercise and electric assist.


When the owner of PA Electrics doesn't want to pedal, he takes his electric eGo Cycle to work.

eGo Cycle 2 LX

eGo Cycle 2 LX

The LX is fully equipped (DOT Certified) for registration in any state and includes front and rear turn signals, left grip lighting, turn signal and horn controls, backlit speedometer/odometer.

It has a range of 25 miles per charge, and will go up to 25 mph.