Common Questions about Eli ZERO

Updated by Marcus

Q: What is an NEV?
NEV, short for Neighborhood Electric Vehicles, is a class of street-legal transportation vehicle that has a maximum speed of 25 mph, and can legally be driven on most roads posted 35 mph or less. All vehicles must meet all U.S. federal safety standards for low-speed vehicles and be equipped with automotive safety windshield glass, three-point safety belts, turn signals, headlamps and brake lights, horn, mirrors, windshield wipers and on-road tires.

Q: How is Eli ZERO different from conventional cars
Eli ZERO is the iPad if conventional cars are laptops. The ZERO is simple, fun and convenient, perfect for daily short trips and setting a new bar for a truely “personal” mobility experience. Eli ZERO is also much more energy efficient than conventional cars. Not only it is 1/3 of the size of a sedan, it is 3x more energy efficient than conventional cars. You can conveniently charge Eli ZERO from any standard 110V outlet. Via 110V outlets, Eli ZERO takes less time to a full charge(up to 85 miles @ 6 Hrs) compared to conventional EVs such as Fiat 500e(84 miles @ 20 Hrs).

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