National Drive Electric Week is Sept. 25-Oct. 3  

Did you know that if you own a plug-in electric vehicle (or want to buy one), Fayetteville PWC makes it easy to keep your vehicle ready to hit the open road? You can charge your electric vehicle at one of four Level 2 (208/240 volt) charging stations 24/7.

Charging Locations

Marketfair Mall
5084 Campground Road

Honeycutt Park
352 Devers Street

Clark Park
Cape Fear River Trail

Lake Rim Park
2214 Tar Kiln Drive

Electric Car Benefits

    • Lower operational costs – The estimated cost of electricity needed to power a PEV is equivalent to or less than one dollar per gallon of gasoline.
    • Lower maintenance costs – PEVs have fewer moving parts than gas-powered vehicles.
    • Zero operating emissions – The emissions associated with PEVs come from power plants generating electricity to charge the batteries, not from tailpipe emissions.
    • Overall reduction in carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions – CO2 is the principal gas associated with global warming.
    • Reduced pollution to oceans, rivers and ground water – Decreased use of petroleum gasoline and motor oil means fewer spills.
    • Relief from urban noise pollution – Electric motors are quiet as well as clean
    • Cleaner air – They help reduce fossil fuel emissions, such as CO2 and other greenhouse gases.


Drive Electric Rolls into the Sandhills on October 3 
Fayetteville PWC is partnering with Sustainable Sandhills on Sunday, October 3 to bring EV car enthusiasts a full day bursting with exciting electric vehicle technology. The event will be held at PWC – 955 Old Wilmington Road – from 11am to 3pm.

  • Test drive the latest EV models
  • Chat with local EV drivers
  • Enjoy a car show and vote for your favorite rides
  • Have fun with kids’ activities including a book signing with author Alison Paul Klakowicz
  • Grab some swag, raffle prizes and more!