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Prime 5 Electric Trucks


Prime 5 Electric Trucks

Now that battery technology has become cheaper and motors more powerful. Electric Vehicles are making it on to the streets. You will soon have electric trucks hauling your trash and delivering items to your door. Next is our Prime 5 medium and heavy duty Electric trucks. Prime 5 Electric Trucks you tube link


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 Volvo VNR
 Volvo VNR

The VNR Electric truck has a range of 275 miles. Two VNR Electric Trucks have been in service with Pitt Ohio’s fleet in May of 2022. The Pitt Ohio truck’s are equipped with 300 watt solar system on the roof to help with liftgate charging.


Lion Electric Lion 6
Lion Electric Lion 6

Lion’s all-electric class 6 urban commercial truck gives operators the opportunity to reduce energy cost by 80% and maintenance cost by 60% compared to similar diesel vehicles. Lion’s trucks combine power, comfort and technology to meet the expectations of the industry. With a range of up to 200 miles.



Ford E-Transit

Ford E-Transit

The Ford E-Transit delivery van is assembled in the U.S. It features a single speed transmission with a rear-wheel-drive electric motor powered by a 68 kWh lithium-ion battery pack. The E-Transit is available in three roof height and lengths. Ford has received over 10,000 E-Transit orders from more than 300 commercial and government customers.

 

Mack LR Electric
Mack LR Electric refuse truck

The Mack LR Electric refuse truck is made in Macungie, PA. The Mack’s are currently being used by the City of Ocala, FL; Boulder CO; and Sana Cruz. For residential and commercial waste collection. The range of 100 miles.

  

 Rivan electric delivery vehicles
Rivan electric delvery truck

Rivan has designed and built Amazon’s electric delivery vehicles, (EDV). These vehicle’s ae part of the companies pledge to reach net zero carbon usage by 2040. The company is creating a more sustainable delivery fleet. The EDV’s have have been rolled out in Baltimore, Chicago, Dallas, Kansas City, Nashville, Phoenix, and several other cities. Amazon expects to have 100,000 EDV’s by 2030. The Rivan EDV’s are powered by Electric Batteries; The range has not been published.

 

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