Martin Gonzalvez chats with Leah Wingard

Martin Gonzalvez chats with Leah Wingard, who is researching before making her first electric vehicle purchase, about his new Chevy Bolt at the first-ever Pacifica Electric Vehicle Expo on Saturday at the Pacifica Community Center.

Electric Vehicle owners, enthusiasts and prospective buyers came together at the first-ever Pacifica Electric Vehicle Expo on Saturday at the Pacifica Community Center.

The event, organized by the Pacifica Environmental Family, included more than 15 electric vehicle models, both new and old, for community members to see. Vehicle owners were also excited to answer questions, giving a fresh and honest perspective on the different types of electric vehicles.  

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