DriveH2, Toyota donate five hydrogen-powered Mirais to Red Cross

New public service initiative DriveH2, committed to educating the world about the benefits of hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEVs), has donated, in collaboration with Toyota, five Mirai’s to the Red Cross blood services and disaster fleet in Los Angeles.

The Red Cross uses its fleet to execute its mission of responding to disasters and providing shelter and resources to those affected. The fleet also helps to transport blood between collection drives and health providers.

Just this past year, Los Angeles Region Red Crossers drove more than 104,500 miles.

The addition of these cars to the Red Cross fleet aligns with Governor Gavin Newsom’s executive order moving California towards zero emissions vehicles by 2035.

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