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AutoZone Carrying Lectron EV Chargers On Website


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Lectron announced that it has entered a retail partnership with AutoZone in an effort to make EV charging more accessible to consumers.

AutoZone now carries a wide selection of Lectron products on its website, including chargers, charging stations and adapters. A full list of products can be found

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The move by AutoZone makes Lectron its most widely available EV-charging provider.

“Our goal has always been to make EV charging easier and more accessible by addressing critical concerns, such as range anxiety and compatibility issues,” said Christopher Maiwald, founder and CEO of Lectron. “Our success has been in identifying these pain points and providing practical and affordable solutions for EV drivers. We are excited about making our EV products available to AutoZone’s loyal customers.”

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