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

Robert Bruninga bruninga at usna.edu
Wed Apr 5 14:36:43 CDT 2017


In Maryland, if you have your own parking spot, the owner is supposed to
let you install an electric outlet.
But if you have to park in unassigned parking on the street, then an EV is
not in the cards, uless you can plug it in while parked at work all day.

Bob

On Wed, Apr 5, 2017 at 3:23 PM, david vanhorn <kc6ete at gmail.com> wrote:

> 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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