Electric-car advocates have staged a rally on scenic western Colorado highways to show the technology is practical for mountain travel and sightseeing.
The town of Vail has added an all-electric Nissan Leaf to its fleet, replacing a 2003 Toyota Prius.
Tax dollars totalling $500,000 are being spent to expand the use of electric vehicles in the Denver metro area. But none of that money is being used for more, much-needed, charging stations.
The first mass marketed 100 percent electric car rolled into Denver on Wednesday.
Nissan’s all-electric car called Leaf is indeed a technological wonder. But CBS4 environmental specialist Paul Day found out what happens when running out of juice.