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Michael R. N.


Towson, MD

Member since:

September 6, 2012


Do you own transportation that plugs in? (Y or N)

Yes, 2011 Volt, serial 0056

Which Make/Model of plug-in do you own, if any (EV, e-motorcycle, e-bike, e-scooter, etc.)?

No, not another

What are your main reasons for being interested in electric transportation?

I was mostly intrigued by the technology embedded in the car and have not been disappointed by the outstanding engineering that went into its development. I also liked the way it looked, a handsome extension of the Chevy mark.

If you have a plug-in, how do you charge it at home?

Voltec EL-50580 purchased from SPX Corp.


I am a retired Westinghouse/Northro­p Grumman engineer and own a 2011 Volt, serial 0056, the first one delivered at Sport Chevrolet.

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