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Re: Tesla Owner Recalls Trip to Yosemite Park, The Never Ending Search for a Charging Outlet

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avatar Tesla Owner Recalls Trip to Yosemite Park, The Never Ending Search for a Charging Outlet
June 06, 2009 04:30PM
As EVs begin to hit our roads, the questions remain. Will the charging infrastructure be in place to support such a vehicle? Without a charging infrastructure, will owners be willing to make certain sacrifices such as hunting down suitable outlet to receive a charge, or sidetracking from their trip to the nearest plug?

http://www.allcarselectric.com/blog/1021256_tesla-owner-recalls-trip-to-yosemite-park-the-never-ending-search-for-a-charging-outlet
It's a government conspiracy, this green car stuff. Gov't wants you to stay close to home so they can keep an eye on you and leave the far-away places for those who eat tree bark, don't shave or bathe, and vote Democrat.
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Vince
It's a government conspiracy, this green car stuff. Gov't wants you to stay close to home so they can keep an eye on you and leave the far-away places for those who eat tree bark, don't shave or bathe, and vote Democrat.



You've quit taking your medications again, haven't you Vince?
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Vince
It's a government conspiracy, this green car stuff. Gov't wants you to stay close to home so they can keep an eye on you and leave the far-away places for those who eat tree bark, don't shave or bathe, and vote Democrat.

Vince,

I tend to vote Democrat and do admit to not shaving for 2-3 days at a time (I'm 64 and don't care anynore). However, I don't eat tree bark or skip on bathing. Do I qualify as a moderate? Just curious.

Jim
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eeek
As EVs begin to hit our roads, the questions remain. Will the charging infrastructure be in place to support such a vehicle? Without a charging infrastructure, will owners be willing to make certain sacrifices such as hunting down suitable outlet to receive a charge, or sidetracking from their trip to the nearest plug?

http://www.allcarselectric.com/blog/1021256_tesla-owner-recalls-trip-to-yosemite-park-the-never-ending-search-for-a-charging-outlet

I'm sure he passed lots of places with electric clothes dryers. Maybe laundromats will become alternative fuel vehicle depots in the near future!



The cure for a fallacious argument is a better argument, not the suppression of ideas.
-- Carl Sagan
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