Meet the ELF: A Transportation Revolution

by Bill Chameides | July 10th, 2013
posted by Erica Rowell (Editor)

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Dean Chameides checks out the ELF by Organic Transit

A new way to commute. Now you can open up the throttle or put your pedal to the metal, sort of, to get to work, all without filling up at the gas station. It can even save you time at the gym. It’s green, it’s clean and it’s one sweet ride. Details in the video.

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  1. Terry Nobbe
    Nov 4, 2013

    When are these vehicles coming to Portland Oregon?

  2. angela airall
    Jul 17, 2013

    Where can see one? When will they be on sale and how much will they cost?

  3. Roland A. Ganah
    Jul 15, 2013

    Wow..this is magnificent

  4. Grace Cooper
    Jul 14, 2013

    It looks as if it will be a good vehicle for we elderly; however, accessibility into the driver’s seat needs to be improved to compensate for the inevitable deterioration of our below-the-waistline deterioration.

    • Bill Chameides
      Bill Chameides
      Aug 2, 2013

      Grace: That could definitely prove to be a problem.


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