New vehicle motor show with education at its heart

Big Green Wheels - Eco Motor Show 2018 will open its doors for the first time on the 18th May .
Big Green Wheels - Eco Motor Show 2018 will open its doors for the first time on the 18th May.

Big Green Wheels - Eco Motor Show 2018 will open its doors for the first time on the 18th May between 11.00am and 7pm at the stunning home of Hampshire Cricket.  Event organisers stress that whether your next vehicle purchase ends up being another traditional petrol or diesel model, as a personal or business consumer you owe it to yourself to become more familiar with the fast developing transportation landscape. Only by becoming more informed will you be able to continue to make those smart purchasing decisions based on up to date information available for you and your budget, they added.  
That is exactly the reason why the Big Green Wheels Eco Motor Show has been designed, to enable visitors to go away armed with exactly what they need to make an informed choice and to feel confident when they step into that showroom.  The day brings together leading dealerships, both with their experts and vehicles to showcase and drive. Actual vehicle owners, complete with their cars to provide a factual insight into how they slot into their everyday lives and businesses.  Plus, independent leading experts for commercial and domestic application.
The day will also include electric, hybrid and hydrogen fuel cell solutions – with cars, bikes, mopeds, motorbikes and other personal electric transportation.  ‘Try before you buy’ is the essence of the day with plenty available to try out for yourself. Alongside will be a Tech Pavilion in association with Bournemouth Borough Council and hosting fleet management tools, a sailing experience, expert drop-in clinic, renewable energy and eco build advice, energy from 100% renewable energy sources and more.
Created by Dorset business, The Southern Sustainability Partnership, it is set to become the most powerful educational platform for transportation in the region, catering for both private and public sector organisations and members of the public. Director, Lynda Daniels: Our aim for this event is to dispel the many myths out there and to make the process of getting to grips with new transportation options a simpler one. There are so many businesses and members of the public enjoying these new modes of transport already and saving considerable money in the process. We say come along, drive these exciting new vehicles and help the unfamiliar to become the mainstream.”
To ensure the wheels continue to roll throughout the day, visitors will be able to relax at the Pit Stop Bar and Grill or Coffee Refuelling Station and then enjoy the Artisan Food and Drink Market and Eco Shopping Experience.  Doors remain open for visitors in the day and for those wishing to call in after their businesses close.
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