Drivers can save money while saving the environment.
Hybrid and personal electric vehicles (PEVs) have become more and more affordable. As even more roll out on our roads, public charging stations are also on the increase.
Alabama drivers can save thousands when they opt for these environmentally-friendly alternatives. Take advantage of federal and state incentives toward the purchase of a hybrid or PEV. Many insurance companies provide discounts to drivers of these vehicles. And by switching to a PEV, you can save on gas and maintenance, while helping save the environment we all share.
Electric Vehicle Public Charging Stations
AMEA has been investing in EV stations in our Member cities! Power up your vehicle at the following locations:
Alex City: 281 James D. Nabors Dr., Alexander City
Dothan: 207 N. St. Andrews St., Dothan
Foley Solar: 714 N. Mckenzie St., Foley
Foley Dog Park: 204 S. Chicago St., Foley
Daphne: 1705 Main St. and 1715 Main St., Daphne
Fairhope City Hall: 161 N. Section Street, Fairhope
Fairhope: 8 N. Church Street, Fairhope
Opelika: 601 S. Railroad Avenue, Opelika
Opelika: 3700 Robert Trent Jones Trail, Opelika
Opelika: 1032 S. Railroad Avenue, Opelika
Opelika: 205 S. 9th Street, Opelika
To find even more EV charging stations across the U.S.
How much can Alabama drivers save by “fueling” a PEV?
Compare the cost of mileage
Cost to fuel a regular unleaded gasoline engine
Cost to charge a PEV battery