Who owns or is planning to own a chevrolet volt?

Discussion in 'Energy' started by Matthew, Mar 4, 2012.

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Do you own a volt?

  1. Yes-I currently own a volt!

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  2. No, but I plan to buy one soon!

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  3. No

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  4. Never-I wouldn't be caught dead in it!

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  1. Matthew
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    Who here owns or is planning in the future to own a Chevrolet Volt? For members of usmessageboard. If you do own one can you tell us about how it's like!

    Me, not in the near future! :eusa_hand:
     
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    it's a death trap.

    All small cars have low safety ratings. If it's a "green" car, the standards are lowered.

    If I recall; 2000 more deaths a year are acceptable.


    Not to mention it doesn't save fuel, you have to pay to have its charger installed and all drives must be round trip since there is no place to plug it in.
     
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    Death trap?

    Why you guys are so fixated on this car is beyond me. It's almost like the oil companies are paying yas..:lol:
     
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    Luissa Annoying Customer Supporting Member

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    You can plug it into a household outlet, it just takes longer to charge. It also can run with the aid of gasoline
     
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    I'll take my F350 over a Chevy Dolt any day.
     
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    As yet nobody have ever shown us how electric cars are a solution to our energy problems.

    They still demand the same amount of energy to do the work as every other car.
     
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    A ford fan... figures :D
     
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    I'll probably buy several in the next few years. I've got this big hole out back and figure they'll be cheap fill.
     
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    Bingo!! the question is how many miles per pound of coal. Its a slight of hand thing,you won't see the trick if your not paying attention.

    Electric cars are part of our future,we just need to keep perspective.
     

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