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by Bill Moore for EV World, July 7, 2014
Two-part video interview with Cayman Automotive president John Felder about the introduction of electric cars on Grand Cayman, as well as across the Caribbean region.
Islands are a near perfect venue for electric cars. Distances are usually short, speed limits typically low, and […]Full article →
by Amy Tocknell for Endeavor Magazine
A relative newcomer to the business world, Cayman Automotive was founded in 2005 in response to certain automotive issues, within the Caribbean, not being catered for previously. A primary concern was that the new and pre-owned vehicle sales market was identified as lacking in extended warranty protection, something that […]Full article →
NASSAU, Bahamas — The Bahamas has joined forces with the Cayman Islands in promoting a greener economy by offering all-electric vehicles (EV’s) for sale and lease.
EASY Eco-Car, a division of EASY Car Sales, one of the most successful and respected pre-owned car dealerships in The Bahamas, […]Full article →
Congratulations to Wheego distributor John Felder, who championed the lower duty rates for the Cayman Islands! by Brent Fuller for the CayCompass Reduced fees in effect as of March 1
A duty reduction on imported electric-powered vehicles took effect Saturday as part of the new rate system set out in the Customs Tariff Law, […]Full article →
When you’re driving an electric vehicle on a small, tropical island, the question “What range anxiety?” comes to mind. When you’re driving an EV in a place with roughly $8-a-gallon gas, then you can also ask, “No, really, why would I be driving anything else?”
People […]Full article →
By Joe Avary and Kevin Watler for Cayman 27
Just unplug, turn the key, and drive. Budget Rent-a-Car Operations Supervisor Gary Todd gave Cayman 27 a ride in a brand new Wheego, the first 100% electric car available to rent in the Cayman Islands.
“It’s a […]Full article →
by Brent Fuller for the CayCompass, August 13, 2013
Slowly but surely, Grand Cayman is working its way toward an island-wide electric car charging system.
The problem now: More drivers need to go electric to make it financially viable.
Cayman Automotive President John Felder, the only seller of 100 per cent electric-powered vehicles on the […]Full article →