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EV Deals: Ford, GM (Kinda), and Tesla

Forest rangers, Canadian delivery, and California DOT folks are going electric.
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EV Deals: Ford, GM (Kinda), and Tesla

Protecting Big Foot The US Forest Service is testing 3 Ford F-150 Lightning pickups to see if they can keep up with the rugged demands of forest ranger work. Following the White House orders for government agencies to lower emissions, the department started with the Lightning as a benchmark for battery-powered options.

Canadian Cousins. DHL Express Canada has become a client of GM's EV delivery van cousin, BrightDrop. The first of the Zevo vans will enter Canadian service early next year. BrightDrop says they have more than 25K EVs reserved or intended spread over 30 customer accounts.

Unrequited Homecoming. The California Department of Transportation is converting its fleet to electric. An order for 399 Tesla Model 3s will put their goal at around 43% complete. The Teslas will join 100 other zero-emission vehicles in the department's 1,200-vehicle fleet. So while Tesla moved its headquarters to Texas, some Californians still claim them as their own.

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