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Westward Industries Launches Electric Vehicle for Parking Enforcement

May 14, 2014  | 

Photo: Westward Industries
Photo: Westward Industries

Westward Industries' 100% Electric GO-4EV is now available for parking enforcement, light patrol, and campus security. The GO-4EV has a very similar overall feel to the GO-4 gas version currently operated by many fleet departments in the U.S., but it's fully electric with zero emissions.

The battery is a 96V Lithium iron phosphate battery with 32 cells and offers a range of up to 100 miles, although range can fluctuate due to many factors. It charges in 5 to 6 hours on 240V and 10 to 12 hours on standard 120V, according to Westward Industries.

The GO-4EV has been tested by agencies across the United States as a green alternative for parking enforcement. For more information visit WestwardIndustries.com.

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