Personal Vehicles

Plug in to your best driving experience ever.

If you breathe air, the quality of our air in the Valley matters to you.
It’s that simple.

Eliminate the hassle of oil changes, transmission maintenance, and endless trips to the gas station by switching to a Clean Air Electric Vehicle.

The San Joaquin Valley is essentially a big bowl; the mountains that surround us act as the rim of the bowl and trap air. When that air is polluted it has dire consequences for the health of our communities. Lung cancer, asthma, stroke, and acute respiratory diseases are all linked to air pollution. The particulate matter and nitrogen oxide from motor vehicles is a major contributor, and it is imperative that we work together to solve this problem. It is our air and our responsibility to keep it clean!

In a time when our children are relegated to indoor recess during bad air days—with one in six children under the age of 18 diagnosed with asthma in the San Joaquin Valley— we are each called upon to take responsibility for our air.

The San Joaquin Valley Clean Transportation Center is here to help you make the switch that is good for your health—and your wallet.

An electric vehicle is an effective way to responsibly care for our air, and with all of the incentives available, why wouldn’t you? Buying an electric vehicle is no longer a luxury for the rich—they’re more affordable than ever.


Without the weekly trips to the filling station, oil changes every 3,000 miles, and regular servicing that internal combustion engines require, the savings from driving a Clean Air Electric Vehicle compared to a conventional vehicle are electrifying.

We work with vehicle and charger manufacturers, State and local governments, the electric utilities, and local non-profit organizations to deploy Electric Vehicle charging infrastructure throughout the Valley, making it easier than ever to choose Clean Air Electric Vehicles.

Total Smog
Greenhouse Gas

According to the California Air Resources Board, more than 50% of California’s total smog pollution and 38% greenhouse gas pollution comes from motor vehicles. We must adopt more sustainable driving methods.