If people wanted to buy electric cars do you think they would without government subsidies?
I believe that the majority of people looking to by electric cars, genuinely want to lessen their carbon footprint or amount of waste they contribute to the world. While I am sure everyone enjoys the kick back from the government, I do not believe that is their main reasoning- rather an extra "incentive". I think that even without government subsidies, people would continue buying electric cars especially with the cost of crude oil rising.
by Brian Slater6 years ago
Do you think electric cars will become the norm for people to buy in the near future.
by Wes Lambert4 years ago
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by Cassie Smith6 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...
by Stephanie Hicks6 years ago
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by NickBizzar6 years ago
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by Arthur Russ5 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...
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