As part of the launch of Project Driveway, GM is conducting a series of Electric Drive University programs in the areas where the fuel cell Equinox will be available. Autoblog's Alex Nunez will will be attending one such even this week in Westchester NY and providing his first hand account. The first of these events took place last week in southern California and Matt Kelly from NextGear had the chance to talk to Davi Kutz. Davi is one of the initial batch of volunteers chosen to spend three months driving one of these hydrogen-fueled crossovers. If you live in California, New York or the Washington, D.C. and you're interested in participating in this three-year program, you can sign up at the GM's special web-site.
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