In the market for electric car conversion books? Looking for manuals easily accessible via the World Wide Web? Here are five tips you may be interested in knowing to find the perfect internet e-book for converting your gas hog to a more environmentally-friendly electric vehicle.
1. The proof is in the pudding.
Ensure that the author of any manuscript you discover on the internet has indeed converted a gasoline driven car to an electric vehicle. So many of the currently available manuals are written by copy writers with no prior experience with electric car conversion.
Anyone can buy the Private Label Right (PLP) to an idea or experience, slap his or her name on it, hire a ghost writer and then attempt to sell it as their own on the web. To prove the authenticity of the electric car conversion manual of your choice, simply look for visual evidence in the form of before and after pictures. If the manual has detailed pictures of the conversion process, including the electric vehicle components, the author is most likely authentic.
2. Visual media.
Embedded videos on websites selling books regarding electric car conversion tend to present upfront evidence of the validity of their product. Videos detailing the process do present information in a much more user-friendly manner than e-books or manuscripts.
The truth is that it takes time, effort and money to create videos of decent quality. If an electric car conversion manual comes complete with instructional videos, it is most likely valid. Any author who includes such evidence of his or her efforts is not only serious about their work but also an authority in the field.
Any valid electric vehicle manual should come complete with comprehensive information regarding the EV project itself. A detailed materials list for the described EV projects, as well as a cost break down complete with component models and part numbers speaks volumes for the legitimacy of the manual.
4. Reference material.
Do some digging and perform a quick Google search for the author’s name. Find out how previous customers feel about the quality of the author’s work. How do other people rate their satisfaction with the product? If you discover a number of websites critiquing the work of the author, it is a good indication that the author is legitimate.
No chatter on the web about the product or the author? Probably not a good sign. If the author is nonexistent on the web, the manual is most likely bogus.
5. Personality talks.
Take a good look at the layout and general attractiveness of the electric car conversion manual website. Does the voice of the author call to you? There are many different writing styles but some can be overly technical. Others may be funny but overly light.
What works best with your particular learning style is most important. However, the majority of people are looking for something in-between. If the website is attractive and easy to understand, chances are that the manual or e-book is roughly the same.
The Ideal Electric Car Conversion Book
If you are looking for a good Do It Yourself (DIY) electric car conversion book, check out Gavin Shoebridge’s Electric Conversion Made Easy guide.
Gavin is from New Zealand and he has converted his old 1987 Mitsubishi Treadia into a pure electric car in his garage.
Gavin is also well known in the homemade electric car realm. This is because of all the videos he took when he was converting his Tredia to EV.