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Charge your EV during a hurricane

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Re: Charge your EV during a hurricane

Post by peejay » Sun Nov 17, 2019 7:59 am

I find it easy to charge an EV during a hurricane. They don't happen near me, so it can charge while I sit in my home watching The Weather Channel.

Apparently this is a common sentiment - I see LOTS of the three main flavors of Tesla around here, as well as electric BMWs. If there are other EVs sharing the road with me, I don't notice them because their manufacturers have elected to not make them butt-ugly. (The Leaf looks kind of like a Volvo C30, except taller, and makes me understand why Volvo made the hatch all-glass. I only see a couple of them, I guess they're pretty crappy since Nissan cheaped out on battery cooling)

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Re: Charge your EV during a hurricane

Post by SupStk » Sun Nov 17, 2019 4:22 pm

CNG? Oh those hypocrites! Figured they would use wind or solar powered chargers. At least little ant feet treading out electrical power for their green cars.
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Re: Charge your EV during a hurricane

Post by modok » Sun Nov 17, 2019 5:32 pm

A bit like the old honda prechamber design but with natural gas, brilliant.
Thanks Kevin, nice to hear some good news for once.

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