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Record is within: Dutchman reached after three years in Sydney with electric car
Environment Three years after his departure from Wood in an electric car, and with more than 95,000 km and 33 countries behind the back of the Dutch adventurer Wiebe Awake today Sydney reached. After 1.119 days Awake, the longest trip ever in a electric car on his name.

“The arrival was awesome, the adrenaline rushing through my body’, responded to Wake up by two helicopters and a parade of 50 electric cars through the streets of Sydney to the finish line was accompanied. “The parade was for me a symbolic value. I've always only traveled but am supported by hundreds of people who gave me their energy deals, and with a goal to increase the potential of electric mobility to show for it.”

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Wake up left Wood on march 15, 2016. His route took him from the Netherlands through West and Eastern Europe, the Middle East, India and South-east Asia, to Australia. Certainly two thousand people from more than forty countries offered him through his website, accommodation and food. But also in small villages, where due to a lack of internet residents hardly anything of his journey, knew, was him all the help promised. “This unexpected support I will remember most. Amazing, but great to see that so many people are willing your unselfish help.”

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