Last night, I had to make a journey to the Mealagh Valley, east of Bantry, to collect Quentin Gargan’s Electric Citroen Berlinga to bring back to Ummera for Saturday’s Sustainably Slow day. The orignal plan was for someone from 103FM, our local radio station to do a live broadcast from it as it was driven to Bandon. However, last minute changes meant that I had to go and collect it!
And what a great drive back I had; my left leg totally redundant, and a fuel gauge that started at 100% and was at 40% when I got back to Timoleague; top speed wouldn’t break too many records, but then no one passed me!
Did you know that 100 years ago there were more electric cars than petrol driven ones! To see some of the extraordinary story about “Who Killed the Electric Car”, click here.
The forecast for tomorrow isn’t quite what we hoped for, but the morning should be fine; but forecasts are only forecasts!
So tune into 103FM West Cork (103.3FM) today to learn more about Saturday’s Sustainably Slow Day!
[tags]electric car, quentin gargan, mealagh, timoleague, slow food, bantry[/tags]
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Hey its good to hear someone from Cork who’s interested in Electric Cars too. I run a website http://www.all-electric-vehicles.com which is all about my search for the perfect electric transport.