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Want to drive a Fuel Cell Equinox?

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Are YOU Eligible to drive the Fuel Cell Equinox?
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If you live or work in metropolitan New York City; Washington, D.C.; or southern California, you may be eligible to test-drive an Equinox Fuel Cell vehicle in the fall of 2007. You must be at least 21 years of age, a U.S. citizen and have a valid driver’s license.

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Too bad they aren't doing any testing in the Boston area :(

Why don't production Equinoxes get that fascia?

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I tried this a while ago... I entered two So. Cal. zip codes, one for Whittier (close to LA) and one for San Diego, and neither is eligible! <_<

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Shame they don't have Vancouver in there. My Dad and I would have signed up in a heartbeat.

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