[aprssig] It's that time again. (at least consider an EV)

david vanhorn kc6ete at gmail.com
Wed Apr 5 14:23:43 CDT 2017


I live in a bottom floor apartment Bob, where would I plug it in?
Kinda like the direct tv guys always trying to sell me a dish.  I'm on the
north side of the building. (by choice, it's much cooler in the summer)


On Wed, Apr 5, 2017 at 1:16 PM, Robert Bruninga <bruninga at usna.edu> wrote:

> > The daily commute has run it's last mile.
> > So, thinking of a new ride and antennas..
> > Any thoughts on the Ford Transit Wagons?
>
> Unfortunately there are no affordable Electric Wagons yet, but there are
> over 35 other EV  models available that are ideal for the daily commute.
>
> See the list:
> http://evadc.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/EVInfoSheet-20170123.pdf
>
> Most people have not been aware that now with 8 years of modern EV's being
> on the market, that now EV's are better, faster, cleaner and cheaper to
> buy, cheaper to operate, and cheaper to maintain than the average gas car.
> ($29k with incentives vs $33k for gas)
>
> You can get new full size EV's for under $20k and there are 6 years of
> used ones starting at $5k and up to about $15k.
>
> And only 12 solar panels can now full charge the average daily American
> mileage everyday FOREVER!  Imagine the independence.
>
> Never run out of gas or go to a gas station again.
>
> Also, its nice to have 24 kWH of battery with you everywhere you go.  Plug
> the house into the EV and run for a week.
>
> Before investing in a fossil fuel car it is good to ask where EV's are now
> and where they will be in 6 years when you go to try to sell that fossil.
>
> See all the misinformation on EV's - Mostly wrong.
>
> http://aprs.org/EV-misinformation.html
>
> Bob, WB4APR
>
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