DFWCC Try and Drive Alternative Program Launch


Dallas-Fort Worth Clean Cities (DFWCC) is excited to announce their new program, Try and Drive Alternative! This regional initiative is dedicated to giving fleets and consumers the opportunity to borrow alternative fuel vehicles and clean vehicle technologies. Through allowing fleets and consumers to experience clean vehicle technologies first-hand, this program will help borrowers decide if purchasing that technology – such as an electric vehicle, telematics, or a refueling system – is a good fit.


The directory of clean vehicle technologies available for borrowing can be accessed from the Try and Drive Alternative website.


If you are a provider interested in adding your loaner program to our directory, please go here or contact cleancities@nctcog.org.

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