We just found the forum, and it looks like it will be a great place to swap ideas. We're directors of a not-for-profit company which is placing 5 Twizys in the Brecon Beacons National Park to be hired out by the day to visitors. You can find out about us here . We have an "agenda" of persuading people to think about new and more sustainable ways to travel, and have found out that the best way is to get them to do it, and enjoy it! The theory is that people on holiday are more susceptible to trying something new, and when they have, their mind set will change. We shall see.
We've now done over 800 miles in our first Twizy - testing out its ability and range in this rather hilly area. So far, so good. We're averaging 128 wall watt hours per mile with 2 up, which is pretty good. Our first Twizy - Thierry - is the base urban model (no doors). The other 5 have doors. This is proving a great summer for testing wet weather performance in the UK, and w[/size][/font]hat we've learned so far is that the driver stays perfectly dry even in the doorless model, but the passenger can occasionally be splashed. We think mud flaps will cure that.