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August 20, 2018, 12:21:50 AM
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I own 2 Toyota Pruus with a combined mileage of 500,000.  They are super reliable and since I drive about 100 miles per day they save me a ton of cash.  I totally recommend hybrids.
You can't "recommend hybrids." You can recommend the Prius which you have experience with.

There are quite a few hybrids that have nothing good going for them.

Is your driving mostly city or highway?
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August 21, 2018, 07:22:54 PM
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Musk had tweeted early last week that he was working with buyout firm Silver Lake and investment bank Goldman Sachs as advisers in his efforts to secure tens of billions of dollars in funding and take the car maker private.
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August 21, 2018, 09:41:00 PM
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Alot of the major car manufacturers are turning their sights on electric and hybrid cars and it seems it's only a matter of time before petrol and diesel cars are gone the way of the dodo. Tesla unveiled an impressive truck for transporting goods. Alot of governments and car manufacturers seem to be getting on board with going green for all the obvious reasons but how soon do you predict before electric is the norm in transportation ?

Do you own an electric car or are considering buying one  ? What are your reasons for buying it ?



electric cars free us from the conflicts in the middle east. and it also removes bargaining ability of many middle eastern countries.


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August 22, 2018, 10:54:42 PM
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Alot of the major car manufacturers are turning their sights on electric and hybrid cars and it seems it's only a matter of time before petrol and diesel cars are gone the way of the dodo. Tesla unveiled an impressive truck for transporting goods. Alot of governments and car manufacturers seem to be getting on board with going green for all the obvious reasons but how soon do you predict before electric is the norm in transportation ?

Do you own an electric car or are considering buying one  ? What are your reasons for buying it ?



electric cars free us from the conflicts in the middle east. and it also removes bargaining ability of many middle eastern countries.


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Congrats on the post, but a correction.

Texas Fracking industry has already freed us from the Middle East conflicts and removed the bargaining ability of those countries.

Interesting question though whether electric cars could have a similar effect. I'm inclined to say no, even though about 40% of a barrel of crude does become gasoline.

The reason to hesitate on this is that some time ago, everyone was promised that solar and wind would free us from (blah-blah-blah). None of that came to be true, and nuclear power, which actually could free us, has been systematically thwarted for decades.
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August 23, 2018, 12:18:52 AM
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Norway - is a good example in regards of using electric cars. Nearly a third of all new cars sold in the country this year - a plug-in model – either fully electric or a hybrid. But, we have to admit, that they way expensive then usual cars, specially in Norway.
I believe its a future ... give it a time, and they will take over a half or even more of car market
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August 23, 2018, 08:39:33 AM
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Alot of the major car manufacturers are turning their sights on electric and hybrid cars and it seems it's only a matter of time before petrol and diesel cars are gone the way of the dodo. Tesla unveiled an impressive truck for transporting goods. Alot of governments and car manufacturers seem to be getting on board with going green for all the obvious reasons but how soon do you predict before electric is the norm in transportation ?

Do you own an electric car or are considering buying one  ? What are your reasons for buying it ?



I think Electric Cars have a great future, because it will give a great benefit to environment and also to people. With this cars CO2 concentration will decrease and also people will save money. They won't need much petrol for their cars. Also it will hurt oil buisnesses.
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August 23, 2018, 03:09:45 PM
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Alot of the major car manufacturers are turning their sights on electric and hybrid cars and it seems it's only a matter of time before petrol and diesel cars are gone the way of the dodo. Tesla unveiled an impressive truck for transporting goods. Alot of governments and car manufacturers seem to be getting on board with going green for all the obvious reasons but how soon do you predict before electric is the norm in transportation ?

Do you own an electric car or are considering buying one  ? What are your reasons for buying it ?



Not buying an electric car but an Electric bike, i would like to take part in reservation of our planet like I don't want to add up to pollution that is why instead of riding a car from dorm to work I woke up 15mins earlier to just walk around. For me its the lease I can do to decrease pollution that's my reason reason why I would like to purchase Electric bike

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August 23, 2018, 03:56:31 PM
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Alot of the major car manufacturers are turning their sights on electric and hybrid cars and it seems it's only a matter of time before petrol and diesel cars are gone the way of the dodo. Tesla unveiled an impressive truck for transporting goods. Alot of governments and car manufacturers seem to be getting on board with going green for all the obvious reasons but how soon do you predict before electric is the norm in transportation ?

Do you own an electric car or are considering buying one  ? What are your reasons for buying it ?



Not buying an electric car but an Electric bike, i would like to take part in reservation of our planet like I don't want to add up to pollution that is why instead of riding a car from dorm to work I woke up 15mins earlier to just walk around. For me its the lease I can do to decrease pollution that's my reason reason why I would like to purchase Electric bike
I like my electric bike. But a lot of countries limit you to 250 watt motors, depending on your terrain and body weight that might not really get the job done. Mine is 1000w...
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August 25, 2018, 11:30:38 AM
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Alot of the major car manufacturers are turning their sights on electric and hybrid cars and it seems it's only a matter of time before petrol and diesel cars are gone the way of the dodo. Tesla unveiled an impressive truck for transporting goods. Alot of governments and car manufacturers seem to be getting on board with going green for all the obvious reasons but how soon do you predict before electric is the norm in transportation ?

Do you own an electric car or are considering buying one  ? What are your reasons for buying it ?


Personally, I don't want to have a car I prefer on riding a public vehicle. It can help reduce traffic and pollution. In terms of electricity , electricity was produced by different power source like coal, diesel, wind, hydro and geothermal. When diesel is gone the source of producing electricity will be lessen. I think it will be great if all of us doesn't have personal vehicles but rather ride public vehicle (even the diesel powered or electricity). but the technology grows we can have solution for power generation to cars that have lesser consumption of electricity. And that would be the future. Electric cars is just the start of our improving technology.

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