Boston is becoming a friendlier city for drivers of electric cars. The city on Monday is scheduled to unveil three electric car charging stations near City Hall Plaza.
For the regular $1.25-an-hour price of feeding the parking meter at three designated spots on Cambridge Street, drivers will be able to power up the gas-free vehicles for no additional cost.
The goal is two-fold - to make the city a better place for people who drive the environmentally friendly vehicles and to get a sense of how the charging stations are used.
The charging stations look a bit like parking meters, with 11-foot power cords attached.
This program aired on May 23, 2011. The audio for this program is not available.