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In the meantime just think about how happy you can be as gas prices drop with demand dropping.....

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Gas prices will go up because it will no longer be profitable to produce large quantities of gasoline therefore supply will dwindle and retail prices will soar.


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I just don't want to think about how my truck will sound without a SBC and headers in it. I know an electric motor is quiet. What fun is that? frown


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Originally Posted by pan3lman
I just don't want to think about how my truck will sound without a SBC and headers in it. I know an electric motor is quiet. What fun is that? frown

There is a solution [newatlas.com] for the Quite car, electric or not. (good stuff starts about 1.20 mark). Then there's this. [engadget.com]


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I am not totally against Electric vehicles but I look back on the trips we took as a family and they would be impossible in the current crop of even the most expensive electrics. But for my day-to-day transportation even when I was working an electric vehicle would be feasible. ohwell


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Until they can get an electric vehical to travel more than 350 miles or so on a single charge we don't have to worry. Plus.....thousands of charging station will still need to be built around the US. Not to mention people wouldn't be traveling very far when it's vacation time and all the hotels, theme parks, etc. will suffer. Just to many variables to over come right now until it can become a reality.


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olezippi, I can not comment on your statement except to say you are correct, so as to not get political.


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