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You might need an EV coach
Do you need help making your next vehicle electric? I got you.
Welcome to My Next Electric’s weekly (cough) newsletter on electrifying traditionally fossil-fueled stuff.
If you were forwarded this post and liked it, please subscribe! Each week we cover one of these:
Investments: a company we’ve invested in and why,
Motonerd stuff: hunches about the future of vehicles, or
Learning: how to help all humans go electric. ← this week
I’ve been messing with EVs for 20 years. They’re hilarious fun, and they can save/make you more money than a gas car if you do a few things right.
In fact, taking calls and texts from friends on how and when to get their next electric vehicle is how this newsletter, and mynextelectric.com got started.
Today I’m announcing two new ways you can get EV-ready the My Next Electric way:
Hire me to be your 1:1 EV coach
Take a 2-hour crash course in New Orleans, LA on December 5
1. Hire me to be your 1:1 EV coach
You’ll go from curious to confident about buying an EV to fit your home, your lifestyle and your budget.
Find the EV for your setup/budget
Where to test/buy, what to look for
Make sure you get the best deal
How & when to set up charging
The complete 1:1 Coaching Sequence costs $250. If I help you buy a $25K car, that’s a 1% insurance policy to make sure that investment delivers — including making sure you max out access to federal rebates of $4,000-$7,500!
2. LIVE 2-hour crash course on December 5
I’ve got 12 spots for people who want to cram all of this personal EV coaching into a hilariously fun live experience at the new My Next Electric HQ in New Orleans’ Warehouse district.
WHEN: November 29, 2023, 4-6 PM
WHERE: Warehouse District New Orleans — Scale Workspace, 618 Andrew Higgins, New Orleans, LA 70130
WHAT: All the content from my 1:1 coaching crammed into a fun, small group session built for you to learn more, faster
There are lots of extra EVs sitting on dealer lots these days, so it’s a good time to explore — even if you don’t need to switch cars right now. And if you don’t want to do this the My Next Electric way, you have options; here are two:
Shout out to Nathalie, Chris and Alex for sharing cool things with me this week! Thank you all for being here! If you have any questions or suggestions, you can find me at email@example.com! Thanks! Matt