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Old 02-28-2021, 01:10 PM   #22
Snow Drift
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Awesome! I canít wait for all the stories of people who canít charge their cars because of a major power outage like the one we had in Texas recently. Until the electric power grid can reliably support the stations needed to charge millions of cars, all-electric is a pipe dream. I donít see grid changes happening in the next 14 years.
Gas pumps need electricity also...

Plus, you can create your own electricity at home with solar panels and battery storage. Back-up generator without the need for diesel/propane/nat-gas. I haven't installed an oil rig in the backyard yet.

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Oh I know EV is the future. But there are so many people who still can't keep their phones charged on a regular basis. You would be surprised how many forget to plug in their phones at night. You would think people would have learned by now but it still exists.
I hear you. It's the same as people who don't fill up their gas tank until the light turns on because they are oblivious to its status. However, charging at home becomes second nature. Park, plug in, all good to go.
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