From WOWT News in Omaha, Nebraska. December 9, 2014

 

You never know what you’ll find on the streets of Omaha.

We found a one of a kind car at least in the State of Nebraska.

It’s called a “Wheego”. It’s completely powered by electricity.

Jim Kucera bought it last year and said it’s the only one in the state.

He said it cost more to license than he thought.

Part of the problem, the DMV didn’t know how to classify the car, but they got it straightened out.

And even with low gas prices, Kucera said it’s extremely economical.

“OPPD had a watt meter you can get from the library if you want to check it out and when I did I found out it cost me four dollars for every 100 miles,” he said.

The car can be charged by 110 or 220 electricity.

It takes about 12 hours for a 100 mile charge.

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