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The annual National Plug-In Day will be celebrated for its third consecutive year between September 28-29, 2013 and the expectations are huge. A total of 93 cities across the United States (including Hawaii) will take part in this weekend’s event totally dedicated to green cars.

National Plug-In Day celebrates the electrification of automobiles as a way to be eco-friendly and reduce fuel use. The event gathers plug-in car drivers and advocates to aware and educate public in general on how the cars work and on the benefits of drive eco-cars.

Some of the activities planned for the weekend are electric-car rallies and parades, informational talks, and ride-and-drive sessions to give the uninitiated a first experience on electric driving. Participating cars will include models such as the Nissan Leaf, Chevrolet Volt, and the so expected Tesla Model S, along with and a few older models as well.

National Plug-In Day is one of the most important green cars events of the world, so, if you want to learn about zero-emission cars, or you want to share your experience with the rest, check the events near you and enjoy this electric car weekend!

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