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If you are the proud owner of an I-Pace by next spring you should consider taking part in the yearly E-Type rally taking place in the Netherlands on May 25, 2019. https://www.e-rally.nl

This rally started in 2014 as an initiative of early Tesla-drivers and has been organized for 5 years now. Participation is open to any full-electric car able to drive at least 250 km on a charge (given the distance). The aim is to promote electric driving from an environmental perspective. A max of 100 cars can participate - so far almost all being Tesla's.. So, it's getting time other cars show up as well. The I-Pace, being the first serious alternative to a Tesla, can obviously not be missed! You're most welcome.

By participating you also support Justdiggit (https://justdiggit.org)

"Justdiggit jumpstarts large scale landscape restoration projects by retaining rainwater for vegetation and preventing erosion, flooding and land degradation. This creates local benefits for communities and the environment. By restoring a series of landscapes in a region we aim to positively impact the regional climate. That's what we call a Hydrologic Corridor."
 

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If you are the proud owner of an I-Pace by next spring you should consider taking part in the yearly E-Type rally taking place in the Netherlands on May 25, 2019. https://www.e-rally.nl

This rally started in 2014 as an initiative of early Tesla-drivers and has been organized for 5 years now. Participation is open to any full-electric car able to drive at least 250 km on a charge (given the distance). The aim is to promote electric driving from an environmental perspective. A max of 100 cars can participate - so far almost all being Tesla's.. So, it's getting time other cars show up as well. The I-Pace, being the first serious alternative to a Tesla, can obviously not be missed! You're most welcome.

By participating you also support Justdiggit (https://justdiggit.org)

"Justdiggit jumpstarts large scale landscape restoration projects by retaining rainwater for vegetation and preventing erosion, flooding and land degradation. This creates local benefits for communities and the environment. By restoring a series of landscapes in a region we aim to positively impact the regional climate. That's what we call a Hydrologic Corridor."
On the face of it an interesting idea but I do not like them putting stickers on my car so I will pass
 
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