COSTA MESA Calif. An El Pollo Loco restaurant in Los Angeles is testing the use of two three-wheel electric cars for delivery and catering services in the Beverly Hills and Century City neighborhoods. The Xebra vehicles developed by Santa Rosa, Calif.-based ZAP, are covered in bumper-to-bumper brand messaging that acts as a “moving billboard” while saving on fuel costs, company officials said.Electric cars produce 97 percent fewer emissions than gas-powered vehicles and, if driven for ...
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