Join Date: Nov 2011
Location: Naples, Florida
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One of these days the proponents of electric cars will have to realize that not everybody lives in a city. And that even those who do leave it on occasion.
It would be a massive undertaking to create the necessary infrastructure (not that it doesn't need an upgrade as it is) before electric cars would be even remotely feasible in large parts of the country.
And then there's that little problem with where the power is coming from in the first place.
That's why I say Lithium battery EVs are not the future. Great for cities, bad for everyone else outside the city. We can still use electrical motors, but we need an alternate "fuel" to power them.
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