With hybrids and electrics showing up more on Laguna Beach streets, the city showed support for green vehicles Tuesday by revealing two electric charging stations.
Located at the Forest Avenue and Broadway parking lot, the stations are free for the first four hours.
Electric car drivers from all over Southern California came to not only check out the stations and each other's vehicles, but to charge their rides as well because most electric vehicles can only travel 100 miles per charge.
Teslas, Nissan Leafs, an electric Mini Cooper and a Chevy Volt were just a few of the cars that made the drive to the electric-friendly city.
Mayor Toni Iseman, council members and other city officials were present, along with interested Lagunans. Ken Sapp, vice president of the Linc Group, was also on hand to chat about the development process. His company installed the two units and made charging possible by running electricity from neighboring buildings.