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Will the ELF, from Durham-based Organic Transit, save the planet? 

"What is that?!" Take a spin in the ELF, a category-defying new vehicle built here in Durham, and prepare to have this question shouted at you by passing motorists. And bicyclists. And people on the sidewalk. Park in a public place, and…

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