Are you sick and tired of ridiculous gas prices?
Does it make your stomach turn to see so much of your hard-earned money go down the drain every time you fill up?
Do you ever think about converting a vehicle to electric and you’re just not sure if you can do it?
Me too. I converted my 1991 Chevrolet Sprint to electric power and it was much simpler than I thought it would be. That’s my electric car pictured below. It costs only a couple of cents per mile to drive, and I did the whole conversion for only a couple thousand dollars.
Imagine “filling up” your car at home for less than a $1.50 and driving for more than 50 miles! There are lots of stories on the web about folks converting their cars to electric power for far less than that even!
Let me tell you a secret: it’s really not that hard to build an electric car. You don’t need to hold an engineering degree to do it! What you do need is a bit of patience and a willingness to learn, and if you have the right information up front, you can save a lot of time and money on your project.
There are thousands of home-built electric cars on the road in North America and around the world. Hobbyists have been doing this for decades and you can too.
From Fieros to Ford Rangers, F150s to Porsches, you name it, and somebody has converted it to electric, and you can too. Want to learn how to build an electric car? Click here and get instant access to a detailed guide that will walk you step by step through the process.
Join the thousands who have already built their own clean, cheap electric cars today!