Author Topic: Addressing climate change  (Read 7700 times)

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Offline Omni

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Re: Addressing climate change
« Reply #15 on: May 18, 2019, 08:41:58 pm »
Would you buy one on your next car purchase?  For me i'd 1. have to do the cost calculations over its lifetime, and 2. i'm waiting to see how these things work out, they're a new tech, how do they hold up etc, and 3. There's issues with charging, unless you just do city driving.

I'd be a hybrid for now if i went that route.  Maybe in another 10 yrs they'l be fully mainstream.

I would/will buy one because I don't have to worry about the charging issues on my trips. I don't think EV's have been around long enough to get a handle on their life cycle but once again, the maintenance costs are obviously much less simply due to how simple they are. I know that just about every taxi I see on the road in my city is a Hybrid and I have ridden in many and the owners/drives love 'em.
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