Big Green Wheels 2018 Motor Show, 18 MayMarch 13, 2018
The Southern Sustainability Partnership has announced the 18th May as the date for the region’s first Eco Motor Show ‘Big Green Wheels 2018′ to be held near Southampton in Hampshire. The event is designed to educate organisations and members of the public alike, as they attempt to make informed purchasing decisions in the fast-changing transportation landscape.
In pole position at Big Green Wheels will be the Tesla brand and revving up close behind will be the new Nissan Leaf. Chamber member, Snows Motor Group, will showcase Toyota’s Hydrogen Fuel Cell vehicle, the Toyota Mirai – a rare visitor to the South West. The showcase will go on to feature the very latest in eco cars, vans, mopeds and bikes. As well as a ‘try before you buy experience’ with vehicle test drive opportunities and a moped and electric bike practice chicane. Further stands will offer transport-related products, services and fleet management solutions.
Director, Anita Potten says: Big Green Wheels essentially provides the ability to compare from leading brands, talk to experts and ask those questions which make you a more informed buyer. Whether you favour new or second-hand, outright purchase or leasing, the decision can be one of the largest investments you or your business makes and results in a vehicle you may have to live with for some time. Our aim is to make that process simpler and to separate fact from fiction.”
To ensure the wheels continue to roll throughout the whole event, visitors will also be able to relax at the Pit Stop Bar and Coffee Refuelling Station, and then enjoy the Artisan Food and Drink Market and Eco Shopping Experience.
For more information and to book your ticket visit http://thebiggreenevent.co.uk/events/
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