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 Stephanie Hicks 7 years ago
How expensive will gas have to get before we accept electric cars?At what point will the public decide gasoline is too expensive and decide to switch to electric cars? What is stopping more people from making a switch now?
by Brian Slater 7 years ago
Do you think electric cars will become the norm for people to buy in the near future.
by Wes Lambert 6 years ago
What if any is the reason that you feel electric cars are impractical?With the exception of the Tesla Model S, most electric cars have a very limited range. They take longer to refuel (charge) and tend to be quite costly to purchase (compared to an equivalent-sized gas-powered car).
by Cassie Smith 7 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 NickBizzar 8 years ago
Are we ready for electric cars?I think it's great that we're finding alternatives for fuel, but it seems like the electric cars that are on the market (or very soon to be) aren't very practical. For example, the short distances, the charging time, and the cost.Tell me what you think!
by Stump Parrish 9 years ago
How do we make sure this doesn't happen again you ask? Deregulate further and open more of the gulf to drilling. That could only makes sense to those in the oil companies back pockets.
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