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    galaxee mostly benevolent

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    Thought you all might enjoy knowing my school uses a fleet of classic prii for most of their light driving. Obviously they have to use trucks for maintenance and such, and they have a lot of buses running around campus. But it's kinda nice to know they thought ahead and bought a whole bunch of prii. And they have good taste.

    Makes it confusing though, trying to figure out who is driving a prius because it's their car vs who is just driving their 'work vehicle' :?
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    nmrickie Member

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    I noticed that the probation office near our court has two new Prii with government plates in its parking lot!
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    Tideland Prius Moderator of the North

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    :( Mine uses EV vehicles. They have one smart fortwo and fleet of pickups for the dirty work.
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    skruse Senior Member

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    The community I work in (Kingsburg CA) has RAV4 EV and other EV vehicles. Several utility districts in California have a large quantity of EV vehicles with photovoltaic-assisted recharging stations.

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