Well I couldn't sleep (0235 AM) when I wrote this post um-----
While I was at the pumps the other day, I was just getting irritated while pumping out regular fuel of 3.33 per gallon
I spent fourty dollars on 11.98 gallons. I also realize that in other countries like Europe and Japan for example pump prices are much higher than the U.S, even though wholesale is roughly the same. It is also heavy taxes that discourage consumption over there.
Prices over at the Netherlands are $6.73 per gallon, imagine paying double per gallon.
The U.S. has the lowest tax on gasoline on any industrialized country. Oil is now $101 a barrel.
This would be the time to make and produce quality and efficient electric vehicles.
How do you obtain products that are efficent and reliable enough to mass produce.
I am actually planning on buying an EV soon, I am not sure whether I want a small EV car or a scooter.
However I want something that I can commute with to and from work and school etc with enough range etc.
After spending some time on the forum I have some ideas of what to buy for an EV.