The only way to overcome range anxiety and have just one car is a plug in hybrid.
My 2013 Chevy Volt is the best car I’ve every owned so why do I need a Model 3? I’ll answer that question: the Model 3 is a force of nature with the connectivity, brains, battery-only range, and charging infrastructure that my Chevy can’t offer. But that doesn’t change the fact that the original Volt was a stroke of GM genius (hat tip to former GM executive Bob Lutz*) and the fact that it was an early EV pioneer (released December 2010). And the fact that it’s still a relevant, highly-practical EV.
@aircanada flight 3 hours late due to mechanical (needed some lights) failure. Bribed us with $10 voucher. Flying is a process full of friction and tension. If your flight is over one hour, you need to reserve a whole day.
Common sense look at the insanity of owning a Tesla – for anything other than owning a toy.
I still think the Pacifica Hybrid is the only practical version of PHEV out there.
Most people know the cost of driving a car that runs on regular gasoline. You take the price of the fuel per gallon, and divide it by the Miles Per Gallon (MPG) number that your car yields. The resulting number is the “cost per mile” in variable fuel cost terms.
There’s so much wrong with this it’s hard to know where to start. First congrats on your purchase, you won’t be disappointed!
That seeking alpha article you linked to though is nonsense put out by a short selling tool trying to get the stock to drop so he can make money. I won’t go through every point that is wrong with that article because it would be a lot to cover and I doubt anyone would want to read it on here, also Ben Sullins covers it very well in this video if you’re interested:
Hey Canadian Blood Services. @itsinyoutogive Why doesn’t your online survey ask me WHERE in Mexico I’ve been before I come to the clinic and be REJECTED for going to a high risk state? Why r some resort areas in high risk areas exempt? You wasted my time and I may not be back in a year.
You can’t beat the reliability of the diesel/gas/ICE engine.
Toronto Hydro is reporting a major outage in Toronto’s east end Monday morning. The outage began around 6 a.m., impacting a large area with rough boundaries from Eglinton Ave. E. to Lakeshore Blvd., and between Yonge St. and Victoria Park Ave. The hydro distribution company, serving 756,000 customers total according to their website, says the issue is a result of a lost power supply from Hydro One.