Real smart people it saves you on gas.why?..Its electric,no pumps no fuel no problem..The Sedan is a four-seat, four door multi-purpose vehicle. Performing duties on campus, around the job site or just around town. Standard with hatchback, halogen headlamps, self cancelling turn signals, three point anchored seatbelts, automotive safety windshield, dual zone automotive brakes, side and rear view mirrors, windshield wiper with two speeds and heater/de-mister system
Each 2008 Dynasty iT is equipped with standard: 4 Door (utility is 2 door, tropic has no doors), Seats, Seat Belts, Traction Batteries, 110 Volt AC Charger, Side and Turn Signals, Halogen High/low Beam Headlights, Back-up Lights and Alarm, Windshield Wipers and De-mist, Rear view and side mirrors, Battery Level Indicator, 12V accessory plug, Front Disc/ Rear Drum Brakes, 4 wheel Independent Suspension, Heavy Aluminum Underbody Frame, Infusion Molded Fiberglass Body, Molded Plastic Bumpers, Laminated Safety Glass Windshield AVAILABLE OPTIONS:
Kenwood FM/CD Sound System w/ 5 ¼” speakers
Kenwood FM/CD/MP3 Sound System w/ 6 ½” speakers And wireless remote control
17ft GFCI extension cord
A/C Drive system (range up to 40 miles)
increased acceleration (top speed in 6.5 seconds)
increased hill climbing ability
72 Volt 3 speed heater
Air Conditioning System (only draws 7 amps)
Dash (w/locking glove box)
What is a Low Speed Vehicle (LSV)? A LSV is a motor vehicle classification that complies with U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) and Transport Canada Motor Vehicle Safety Regulations. The IT vehicle exceeds all regulatory and safety standards with features such as halogen headlamps, rear tail and brake lights, back up light and alarm, turn signals, three-point seat belts, automotive safety glass, windshield washer/wiper and side and rear-view mirrors. LSV’s can operate on roads with posted speed limits of up to 35mph (60kph), at a speed not to exceed 25mph (40kph).~
Are there any incentives to purchase or lease a Dynasty electric vehicle? There are Federal, State, County, and City incentives available in the United States. These incentives may come in the form of tax credits, cash rebates, free charging, and free parking. In addition to a 10% Federal tax credit in the United States, individual States offer additional incentives.
What care is required to maintain the batteries? This depends on the type of batteries your It is equipped with. If you have flooded batteries (standard) you will be required to check the battery's water levels regularly and top up with DISTILLED water when required. If you have upgraded to the Gel style batteries you should not have to do anything as these are “no maintenance” batteries. Both battery types should not be left off charge for extended periods as this can damage the batteries and shorten their life. “Opportunity Charging” is encouraged. Unlike cell phone batteries of olde the batteries in your It do not have a memory and will take upto a full charge level regardless of the current state of charge.
How much will it cost to fully charge the batteries? It will cost about 50 cents (USD) to fully recharge the IT battery pack! Based on January 2001 averages, the retail price of residential electricity sold by Electric Utilities in the United States was 7.73 cents per kilowatt-hour. The IT vehicle takes approximately 6 kilowatt-hours to fully recharge the battery pack!
What range will “It” get on a full charge? Under ideal driving conditions you can expect up to a 30 mile (50 KM) driving range from a fully charged, optimally conditioned battery pack. Wind, hills, tire pressure, battery age, payload, drving habits and outdoor temperature can all affect the range that you will ultimately experience.