- Dec 11, 2018
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well arent you special,, but what if you run out and are 100 miles from a gas station??I can keep gas in my garage and drive 400 miles until I grab the first can.how do you drive an internal combustion without gas???How do you recharge with no electricity?Hate to be the one to burst your bubble, but EV’s require frequent recharging.you were talking about california and lightbulbs not electric cars,,,Of course you think an EV you can’t charge is off topic.not my problem or the topic,,California can’t even run a light bulb consistently.I know a lot of non dems that have or want them,,,Facts are facts. All the look at me wokers have one, market is saturated.if you say so,,,US EV sales have fallen thru the floor the past few years.currently the demand is high,,And the fact government laws force companies to sell it, the demand is zero.yes it is,, but it was abandoned back then because of material and tech restrictions that no longer exist and a better source of power that is currently getting harder to get,,It’s a 132 year old technology.you cant run until you first walk,,,Pony Express went from Missouri to California in 10 days.
And Volkswagen is all giddy about their accomplishment.
VW has taken its ID.4 electric SUV on a cross-country trip, with a number of route options now available to EV drivers using Electrify America's network.www.autoweek.com
tech always has a natural evolution,,
and government needs to get out of all business's,, but you know how dems and repubes can be,,
both like force,,
Hard to do when there’s no electricity within 100 miles.
the ranges are far more than 100 miles,,
and you just solved your own problem,, dont go a 100 miles from a recharge source,,,
just like all tech,, it has its place,,,
what about the rest of the world???