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Quite the sales plug

Dealer network for N.E.-made electric scooter expands tenfold as gas prices rise

By Elizabeth Campbell
Globe Correspondent / July 25, 2008

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A New England company that makes electric scooters is getting a boost from the high price of gasoline. Vectrix Corp., which is based in Middletown, R.I., and has an engineering plant in New Bedford, said its dealership total nationwide has increased from 5 to 50 in the past 100 days. (Full article: 637 words)

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