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The 2014 Green Truck Ride-and-Drive

Ride-and-Drive-LogoThe Work Truck Show will once again host its annual Green Truck Ride-and-Drive event, featuring commercial vehicles which incorporate advances in hybrid technology and alternative fuel applications. This year’s Green Truck Ride-and-Drive is scheduled March 5 and 6, 2014, at the Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis, IN.

All Work Truck Show and Green Truck Summit attendees are eligible to take part in the Green Truck Ride-and-Drive. Participation is free with trade show access.

Green Truck Ride-and-Drive Hours
Wednesday, March 5, 12:00PM–4:
Thursday, March 6, 12:00PM–4:30PM


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RideandDrive13_2Take Advantage of this Unique Opportunity!
Take the wheel or take a ride in cutting-edge work trucks equipped with the latest hybrid technology and alternative fuel applications. You will also be able to m
eet with key suppliers, learn about the latest technologies and clean vehicle solutions and see the newest trucks in action. View the list of participating vehicles.

No ticket is required. Participation is free with trade show access and is handled on a first-come, first-served basis, with sign-up conveniently located right on the show floor.

RideandDrive13_1The Route
Several commercial vehicles will be ready for inspection, lining the streets of the Indiana Convention Center. Be sure to take advantage of this extended opportunity to see these vehicles perform, while traveling through the streets of Indianapolis. View a map of the main route.

New for 2014!
To keep pace with the evolving advanced truck technologies and alternative fuels market, the Green Truck Ride-and-Drive will include a closed-access driving area in addition to the traditional open road test drive course.

Participants will have the opportunity to take vehicles into a reserved section of the Indianapolis Zoo parking lot. The large, open area is closed to public traffic, so drivers can devote their attention to the vehicles they’re driving. A vehicle can be parked to demonstrate its equipment capabilities or idled to demonstrate a fuel management system. The new section also allows individuals without a commercial driver’s license (CDL) to test drive a truck requiring one.

Natural gas, propane, plug-in electric, hybrid-electric and extended-range electric vehicles will be featured at the Ride-and-Drive. The lineup includes cargo vans, shuttle buses, pickups, and medium- and heavy-duty trucks, giving prospective buyers the opportunity to try out a diverse array of technology setups.

See Green at The Work Truck Show
Check out the many green products and programs at The Work Truck Show, including the Green Truck Summit and the "Productivity and Fuels Pavilion", a dedicated area of the show floor.

If you are an exhibitor interested in entering a vehicle in the Green Truck Ride-and-Drive, please contact NTEA Sales Coordinator Sarah Kindinger at (800) 441-6832, ext. 119, (248) 479-8919 (Direct) or sarah@ntea.com.