2006 Myers Motors NMG

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(from Myers Motors Press Release)  Last year, as oil companies drilled U.S. consumers for more than $3 a gallon for gasoline and automakers literally crushed the electric vehicles they developed*, craftsmen at Myers Motors LLC put the finishing touches on the company’s all-electric, highway-legal vehicle.

Increased geo-political strife, decreasing oil supplies, increasing demand for oil and two wars in Iraq have the major auto and gas companies offering alternatives, but Myers Motors is the only company offering the alternative that makes the most sense: the No More Gas (NmG). The NmG not only delivers on its name, but is ready to take drivers on a “funtelligent” trip into the future. “Until now, the choice of an environmentally friendly personal vehicle that uses not a drop of foreign oil has been denied the American consumer,” said Dana Myers, president of Myers Motors. “We have developed the NmG so people and companies can choose to transform this world.”

In its small plant in Tallmadge, Ohio, Myers Motors devoted more than a year enhancing key components of a ground-breaking electric vehicle to create the NmG. Myers Motors’ NmG keeps its ancestor’s stunning exterior unchanged while almost everything under its sleek shell has been upgraded to improve reliability and performance.

The single-passenger, three-wheeled NmG has outstanding acceleration, can reach speeds of 70 mph and has a range of 30 miles between charges. A unique driving experience is gained through the NmG’s low center of gravity and its power being delivered via the single rear wheel.

“The NmG fits the way Americans use their cars,” said Myers. “Research shows that 87 percent of all commutes are less than 20 miles and 93 percent of those commutes are with one person only in the vehicle.” Also, buying an electric vehicle encourages forward-thinking technologies and using electric powered vehicles can reduce our country’s dependence on off-shore oil and alleviate the problems associated with that dependence, according to Myers.

The company calculates that a driver charged 11 cents per kilowatt will pay about 55 cents for the “fill up” that powers the NmG about 30 miles. The pollution-free NmG can be fully recharged in 6 to 8 hours using a 110-volt outlet and less than half that time using a 220-volt outlet.

Priced at $24,900, the NmG comes in dazzling exterior colors. Standard amenities include audio system, adjustable bucket seat, accessory outlets, 6-cubic-foot trunk, power windows, and heater.

The smile it puts on a driver’s face comes standard, too.

Myers Motors’ team of workers proudly hand-builds each of these “vehicles of the future” using old fashioned American quality and pride. The vehicles are built at Myers Motors’ production facility in Tallmadge, Ohio, a small community near Akron. For more information, contact Myers Motors at 330-630-3768 or visit www.myersmotors.com