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Moto Electric Vehicles Releases Hard Seat Commercial Package For Larger Transit Shuttles

Moto Electric Vehicles Releases Hard Seat Commercial Package For Larger Transit Shuttles

Moto Electric Vehicles released the commercial hard seat package for the 23 passenger electric shuttle on 2/1/2017. Customers in the past have requested a hard seat package instead of the normal marine grade vinyl but unfortunately there wasn’t an option available. Moto Electric Vehicles has teamed up with their suppliers to offer a new type of seating that will hold up better in heavy commercial applications. Seat Colors Available: Grey or Black            If interested in this product, view more details and pricing at the below link. Call our sales team for any questions! http://www.motoelectricvehicles.com/accessories/hard-seat-commercial-package-23-passenger-shuttle (904) 247-1818

February 11, 2017

New Vehicle Release: MotoEV 2 Passenger Enclosed Utility Deluxe Golf Cart

New Vehicle Release: MotoEV 2 Passenger Enclosed Utility Deluxe Golf Cart

One of the best options Moto Electric Vehicles offers is their customizable cube boxes. Not only are the boxes made from diamond plate that will not rust, they all feature gull wing doors and gas shocks. Moto Electric Vehicles built the pictured vehicle for a government facility and boy is it a nice one! This model features a retail price of only $12,995.00 and includes a 4FT 6 Inch Long box. We also have the ability to add stationary shelving, roll out shelving, and box dividers. Click the link below to see more information!                       http://www.motoelectricvehicles.com/commercial-electric-vehicle/motoev-2-passenger-enclosed-utility-deluxe-golf-cart

February 1, 2017

Customer Review: Southern Breeze Cart Rental LLC of Jacksonville, Florida

Customer Review: Southern Breeze Cart Rental LLC of Jacksonville, Florida

Southern Breeze Cart Rental LLC of Jacksonville, Florida proudly utilizes Moto Electric, EV4 and EV6 passenger carts for their rental business. Eric and Catherine Sherline are excited to introduce their new family operated business, Southern Breeze Cart Rental LLC to the Jacksonville, Florida beaches community and surrounding areas. With the increase in popularity of electric golf cart use in the coastal communities of Atlantic, Neptune, Jacksonville, and Ponte Vedra Beach, a void has been filled. Now, Southern Breeze Cart Rental LLC offers street legal electric golf cart rentals for visitors, local residents and business needs. Each Southern Breeze golf cart has been designed in a unique, tropical print to promote the ultimate beach experience for the rental guest. These individually, designed carts are perfect for a day of exploring the beach community, local shopping, an evening out, family fun, special events such as birthdays, weddings, corporate meetings, and much more. Not o...

August 27, 2016

Moto Electric Vehicles Opens New Building with Showroom!

Moto Electric Vehicles Opens New Building with Showroom!

Moto Electric Vehicles is growing at a rapid rate with lots of exciting new ventures. One of the newest ventures we've embarked on is finishing construction of our new building. This new building features an amazing show room where you can come in and see what all we have to offer, such as: the MotoEV Electro Bubble Buddy LSV 4 Passenger Roadster, the MotoEV GT Aluminum 4 Passenger Back to Back Street Legal Golf Cart, and the MotoEV Bubble Buddy LSV 2 Passenger Utility Deluxe. If you don't see the exact vehicle you are looking for in our showroom we can help design exactly what you're looking for. If you can dream it, we can design it. The new building will also feature a warehouse where we will assemble to Electric Vehicles in house. We plan to start assembly of the vehicles in 2017. So what does in house assembly mean for you the consumer? In house assembly means that assembly times will be quicker, which means delivery times will also be quicker. In house assembly will also all...

August 8, 2016

Washington State Receives First Electric Taxis Under New Low-Speed Laws

Washington State Receives First Electric Taxis Under New Low-Speed Laws

Kate Dwyer and Myron Gauger of PTeRider recently received the state's first electric shuttles to be used locally as shared taxis in the waterfront town of Port Townsend. The nostalgic bright red electric taxis feature a retro look with polished Model-A headlights, chrome grille and bumper, and six-spoke rims. Although the couple expects to hire drivers in the future, right now there's a daily fight to see who gets to pilot the eye-popping street legal electric vehicles. "It has attracted so much interest," said Gauger. "It's cool seeing how many people smile when you come by." PTeRider has regularly prescribed routes to downtown, Uptown and Fort Worden. The Fort Worden route provides passengers with a scenic cruise past Happy Valley. A service zone map is posted on the pterider.com website. Passengers can call 774-3803 for pickup in the Port Townsend area or flag down any of the companies electric taxis on the street. According to the owners, the stylish mode of transportatio...

May 4, 2016

MotoEV Shuttles Mayor and City Council in Opening of the Beaches Parade

MotoEV Shuttles Mayor and City Council in Opening of the Beaches Parade

Thousands of people gathered at Jacksonville Beach on Sunday, April 24th for the 70th Annual Opening of the Beaches Parade. This year Atlantic Beach mayor, Mitch Reeves, and members of the Atlantic Beach City Council enjoyed an environmentally-friendly lift courteous of Moto Electric Vehicles. MotoEV is a leading manufacturer of street legal electric golf cars, electric utility vehicles and energy-efficient electric shuttles. "It's an annual tradition that we're proud to be a part of," said MotoEV Sales Manager Brett Jackrel. "We're a family-owned and family-operated manufacturer of electric vehicles and many of the participants in this year's event are part of our loyal customer base." For decades, most of the local businesses from Atlantic Beach to Jacksonville Beach closed during the winter months. The "Opening of the Beaches" historically marked the day when cars were allowed to drive on the sand. Late April was the traditional time when the protective boarding was pulled off ...

April 26, 2016

Use Good Sense Behind the Wheel

Use Good Sense Behind the Wheel

The first electric golf cart was built in 1932 but widespread acceptance did not occur until the 1950s when they were used as an alternative means of individual transportation for people with disabilities. Since that time, the golf cart has become faster and more nimble. Today, it is both amazing and scary to see all the things that people do with an electric golf cart. Recently, the Center for Injury Research and Policy at Nationwide Children's Hospital in Columbus, Ohio, discovered that nearly 148,000 golf cart-related injuries were reported between 1990 to 2006. Because these vehicles are being used in resorts, hospitals, industrial settings, airports, campuses and on the roadways of low-speed communities, many of the 13,500 reported injuries in 2006 occurred away from the links.  According to Dr. Lara McKenzie (one of the authors of the study), electric carts tend to bring out the devil in everyone and people are getting hurt because they do things in a golf cart they nor...

April 20, 2016

Will Low-Carbon Societies Rely on Electric Carts?

Will Low-Carbon Societies Rely on Electric Carts?

The World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that 8.2 million deaths a year are directly linked to airborne pollution. Unfortunately, indicators suggest that the death toll is still on the rise. Vehicle emissions are a major reason that many cities have a higher than average air pollution level. In the United States, our modern lifestyle depends heavily on the use of private vehicles as we go about our daily routines. As our industrial society began to develop, neighborhoods popped up in the suburban areas surrounding our major cities. The place people lived moved further and further away from commercial areas, which created a need for more and more high-speed thoroughfares (where street legal golf carts are prohibited) to accommodate daily commutes. Over the past two decades, ideas for developing low-speed electric communities for the establishment of sustainable low-carbon transportation systems has gone from the drawing board to implementation. Three communities have endured t...

April 14, 2016

Why Electric Golf Carts Might Rule the Roads

Why Electric Golf Carts Might Rule the Roads

You are starting to see more and more of them. You see them in neighborhoods, on campuses and on playing fields. You'll see them at amusement parks, concerts, and at corporate events. We're talking about electric golf carts and shuttles and they just may soon rule the roads. What is behind the growing popularity of these efficient and quiet vehicles? Electric golf carts are more versatile than ever. What were simple two person golf carts are now available in a wide range of body styles and passenger capacities. Shuttles can carry a dozen or more people. They come in body styles that mimic classic cars. They are even being used for emergency vehicles. They are affordable. Brand new electric golf carts start at about $2,000. This makes it an affordable transportation option, especially in communities that allow them or when they are produced in street legal versions. Many view electric golf cart transportation as a greener form of transportation. Consumers ar...

March 26, 2016

So It's Time to Buy New Street Legal Golf Cart Tires

So It's Time to Buy New Street Legal Golf Cart Tires

Golf cart tires are really where the rubber meets the road. If it's time for you to buy new street legal golf cart tires, what should you know? First, let's address the basics. Electric golf cart tires are simply flexible, rubber containers filled with compressed air. They have two primary jobs. One is to provide traction so your golf cart can move, and the second is to create a cushion between your cart and the road it's riding upon. Like automobile tires, golf cart tires are manufactured in layers called "plys". They generally are two pieces of rubber covering a steel belt. If you will always be driving on a smooth surface, you may be able to get away with a lower ply tire. If however, you can imagine your golf cart occasionally bumping into a curb, riding in rougher terrain, or over dirt or gravel, you may want to consider a higher ply tire. If it's time to buy new golf cart tires, you'll also want to understand the numbering on the sidewalls on your tires. You will find three ...

March 26, 2016