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GE Opens New Vehicle Innovation Center

*This video does not contain audio

Posted on May 31, 2012   |   139 views

GE Capital Fleet Services opened its new Vehicle Innovation Center, a new facility designed to provide businesses, industry groups, and researchers with the opportunity to test-drive and learn about alternative-fuel vehicles and related technologies. The video here shows the new facility. Note: This video does not have any audio and was not originally filmed with audio by GE.


  1. 1. Rich Hamilton [ June 01, 2012 @ 10:18AM ]

    Nice article and enjoyed the video....looking forward to seeing it first hand next week....Rich Hamilton

  2. 2. Mike Donahue [ June 01, 2012 @ 12:55PM ]

    Cannot hear audio - anyone else having trouble?

  3. 3. Eric Caple [ June 02, 2012 @ 05:07AM ]

    Also no audio.

  4. 4. Greg Basich [ June 04, 2012 @ 12:01PM ]

    Hi everyone, the original video doesn't have any audio.

  5. 5. Louis Herring [ July 08, 2012 @ 10:11AM ]

    Still no audio as of July 8th.

    "There are none so deaf as those that will not listen" is what my mom used to tell me as a teenager! But those who can not hear may not necessarily be deaf!


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