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Prague emergency service gets its first EV, a smart ed Prague (Czech Republic) Emergency service recently received its first electric vehicle, a smart ed (electric drive). It will be used for fast emergency response in the city center.

The car is the first of 20 smart ed (electric drive) entering into the Czech Republic via a partnership with energy company E. ON and Smart.

The smart ed will be used on a trial basis for a quick rescue service in heavy traffic or in a place where the standard cars can not or will not get. The main place of work will be the center of Prague, such as Wenceslas Square and adjacent streets.

(A hat-tip to Jan at!)


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