The future of energy efficient mobility

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    Bucko Dessie

    Looks great fun, more car manufactures should indeed be looking at reducing our oil consumption, if they can get these batteries to last long for MPG like current cars I think it is the way to go, especially since in the UK there trying to redevelop everything into nuclear power it will be very green Big Smile apart from the nuclear waste though.


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    Bucko Dessie

    Looks great fun, more car manufactures should indeed be looking at reducing our oil consumption, if they can get these batteries to last long for MPG like current cars I think it is the way to go, especially since in the UK there trying to redevelop everything into nuclear power it will be very green Big Smile apart from the nuclear waste though.


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    Barry Hawkey

    Dang, Laura - you look great in this one.  New hair looks awesome.

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    Barry Hawkey

    Dang, Laura - you look great in this one.  New hair looks awesome.

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    Laura10
    Thanks Bootstrap Smiley - and I was serious about switching to a Hybrid. Especially since WA offered a ZERO sales tax incentive if you buy one in '09. Hope all states do!

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    Barry Hawkey

    I'd love a full electric for my daily driver.  I just bought a Testarossa...8 mpg in the city...I know it's awful.  But I only use it for special occasions and buy carbon credits to offset all the emissions - that totally makes it okay, right?  Right?  Smiley

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    Barry Hawkey

    I'd love a full electric for my daily driver.  I just bought a Testarossa...8 mpg in the city...I know it's awful.  But I only use it for special occasions and buy carbon credits to offset all the emissions - that totally makes it okay, right?  Right?  Smiley

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