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« on: February 09, 2019, 11:49:42 AM »

Saw a Toyota Mirai Hydrogen fool cell Police car this morning. Wonder where they get re fuelled in London?


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« Reply #1 on: February 09, 2019, 01:09:25 PM »

Saw a Toyota Mirai Hydrogen fool cell Police car this morning. Wonder where they get re fuelled in London?

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The Metís Mirais will have access to five hydrogen filling stations across the capital Ė a number thatís set to increase in the months and years ahead, and refuelling takes around the same time as filling a tank with petrol or diesel Ė useful when the Miraiís usual 300 mile-range is cut dramatically during a pursuit.

Currently, the number of active filling stations still seems to be 5 within the M25 and another 2 marked as out of operation. This site provides a zoomable map

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So the increase in station count must be over years, rather than the hoped for months as the only planned additional station shown for the South East is down at Gatwick.

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