When the new electric cars batteries start wearing out, how much is it going cost to replace them?
Will it be more cost effective to replace bad batteries, or to replace the car?
i'm not 100% sure but the last i heard for a new battery pack was about 3-4 thousand USD.
by Brian Slater 6 years ago
Do you think electric cars will become the norm for people to buy in the near future.
by Cassie Smith 6 years ago
You have to laugh. You've got our president pushing electric cars and here come's a TIME article siting a new study in Environmental Science & Technology saying that those electric cars aren't so clean after all. Apparently when they looked at the use of electric cars in China, the...
by Shanna 6 years ago
I went out to start my car today and it wouldn't start. After eleven years, the battery finally died, and being the teen girl I am, I know very little about cars. I found a friend with jumper cables who's willing to give me a jump, but beyond that I'm not sure what to do. How long will the battery...
by Arthur Russ 10 months ago
Why Are so Many Americans in Denial of Human’s Contribution to Climate Change, and the Harm its Doing to the Planet?The evidence is so clear, just to name a few:-• The correlation between the burning of fossil fuel since the start of the Industrial Revolution and the increase in...
by Edward Zhang 11 months ago
Does it really kill your car battery to jump someone else's car?I heard that you may be doing harm to your own car's battery by helping someone jump start their car. Is this true? Why would that be the case?
by Stacie L 6 years ago
If the govt was so determined to help clean the environment and stop global warming then why don't they give every American driver a voucher for a new or recent electric car?With gas prices climbing and dam ethanol getting worse mileage, I think the citizens can use a real bail out and give ...
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