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Aug 21, 2012 8:12AM
OK . Great article. Now write an article for the rest of us with something in a realistic price range.
Aug 21, 2012 3:37PM
When your Utility is charging 40 cents per Kilo Watt Hour, like PG&E is on the west coast, you will need 6,000 watts of Solar Panels to go along with that Electric Car.
Aug 21, 2012 8:29AM
the tesla price is coming down. a good electric car people will want to drive thats affordable will be here soon.
Aug 21, 2012 9:36AM
Dinosaurs like me prefer the rolling thunder of 400ci+ American Muscle!
Please keep your laws away from my fun... and I'll leave you alone while you drive overpriced, whispering, golf carts...
Aug 21, 2012 10:22AM
So with all the dams being torn down by environmentalist and wind power not very good or practical all over the country how are we going to charge all these batteries? How long till it will cost $500.00 a month to turn on a light? Our lovely planet earth will just love all those billions of batteries disposed off all over her! Real environmental nuckleheads. Just a bunch of hypocrites after money and control of people without any care for the environement.
Sep 23, 2012 5:07AM
electric car batteries only last about 7 -10 yrs and it cost about $5000 to replace: so much for a good used car.
Sep 16, 2012 5:36AM
Oh, and those worries about $500 to turn on a light bulb, are you old enough to remember 99 cent gas? What is it now, $4+. Seriously? Are we truely concerned with what might be when we know what it IS today?
Sep 23, 2012 1:51AM
Washington is pushing these electric cars, the nice ones are very expensive, that anyone that has that kind of money can afford, that's ok,like most cars in that price range will never become used cars to middle and low income, So do we get the three wheeler's,go carts or golf carts??
Sep 16, 2012 3:23AM
I'm holding out for steam power! Battery cars have been a joke for over 100 years and are still impractical for anything but a golf course. But that won't stop the manufacturers who would like to cash in on the "green" wave of people who need to feel they are helping the Earth,when in actuality battery cars are destined for a short expensive life span with poor performance. Diesels are the answer to todays transportation needs.
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