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  • Price Campbell (center) with parents Marvin & Mea after a driving lesson in the Nissan Leaf

    Last year, Michael Thwaite wrote about the experience of teaching his daughter to drive in a MINI E. As he pointed out, the all-electric car made for a smooth ride, which helped cool his nerves and those of his daughter. Also, the low speeds they maintained on the training course meant that hours of test-drives had little effect on the MINI E's battery charge. And father and daughter completed their training without producing any noise pollution or tailpipe emissions. It sounds like electric cars could be tailor-made for drivers-in-training. Well, maybe. As a new video from Kelly Olsen shows...

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