Provided by American Honda, the car will travel across the country and arrive on the Boardwalk in Atlantic City, N.J. before returning to California on November 1. Moreover, it will be equipped with a GPS tracking system, supplied by Green Road, Inc., as part of their fleet telematics solution. “This will be a first for this type of event and allow people to actually locate and follow the vehicle both to and between events to show their support,” said Martin.
The Corbitt’s goal is to do the trip on natural gas available through publicly accessible fueling stations. They will participate in AFV Odyssey Day events, public CNG fueling station grand openings, a press event at a natural gas drilling operation, tours of biogas plants and CNG conversion shops and more. This Friday, the Honda Civic will be in Washington City, in Southern Utah. There, it will be welcomed by Utah Clean Cities Coalition, Mayor Ken Neilson and other city officials.
Source: Antelope Valley Clean Cities Coalition