Join Us for the Monte Carlo-style Rally at the 2006 Tour de Sol!
Join us at Saratoga Spa State Park in New York from May 10 through 14 for the Monte Carlo-style Rally and High-Mileage Challenge, part of the 2006 Tour de Sol, the "Green Car Show" and competition leading the way to zero carbon emissions. The Monte Carlo-style Rally and High-Mileage Challenge offers advanced vehicle owners an opportunity to showcase their high-mileage driving skills in hybrid and biofueled vehicles in a one or two-day competition. Events will include a drive-in rally, a hill-climbing event, a public display, and more! Visit the Tour de Sol website for more information.
Show Off! Get a Free Green Car Club Decal
Show your support for environmentally friendly vehicles by displaying a Green Car Club decal. If you have a "green" car, you can let everyone know by displaying a decal on your car's window. No matter what car you have, you can show off your membership in the Green Car Club.
The decals are 3" x 4" and they are available for free. To get one (or more),
send a self-addressed stamped envelope to: Green Car Club, NESEA, 50 Miles Street, Greenfield, MA 01301.
In addition to events, the Green Car Club offers Discussion
Groups so that you can talk with other owners, prospective owners, and enthusiasts. It's your chance to ask questions, present your ideas, and see what other people are thinking. Here are some options:
The Green Car Club is a program of the Northeast Sustainable Energy Association (NESEA). NESEA is the nation's leading regional education and advocacy association that aims to accelerate the deployment and use of renewable energy, green buildings, and energy efficiency in everyday life. NESEA produces major sustainable energy events that inspire and motivate large numbers of people to get involved and make a difference. To learn more about our programs visit the NESEA website.
Green Cars in the News :
Mother Earth News released ratings for the most fuel-efficient, environmentally friendly cars from 2000 to 2005 in the October/November 2005 issue of the magazine. Read the issue.