- Jan 1, 2023
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- North Florida
Hydrogen is a great fuel if we can figure it out. Biggest issue is infrastructure. Most of Americans outside of the north doesn’t even have natural gas service.EVs are a complete waste. There’s this big push in the big truck world to sell EVs. For every truck we sell that gets registered in California we have to purchase one EV from the factory. The factory rep even told us, EV is just a bridge to hydrogen. They cost twice as much as diesel power, go 200 miles and take like 3-8 hours to charge. There’s no infrastructure in place to support EVs on the massive scale that the government is pushing. We already have cities that have rolling blackouts. The saying, F the mule, just load the cart comes to mind.
you forgot ZERO infrastructure in place to support any type of interstate travel.....cart before the horse. EV's will fail because they are forcing them. my 2 cents.It’s obvious we have to go towards greener options. With a little common sense anyone should be able to understand the planet can’t sustain all the pollution, let alone just becoming energy independent. But the solution can’t be worse than the problem. There’s nothing green about batteries. Or the way we currently produce the vast majority of our electricity. I’m also not comfortable driving around the city in some tiny ass car. I seriously considered waiting it out and getting a new EV Silverado. But, the prices are stupid, theres zero aftermarket support, the dealer techs won’t know shit about them, I couldn’t work on the damn thing…the list of cons for EV far out way the benefits. Just my 2 cents
I mentioned that earlier. It’s the way they do things, half ass. Just enough to keep one side thinking their actually doing somethingyou forgot ZERO infrastructure in place to support any type of interstate travel.....cart before the horse. EV's will fail because they are forcing them. my 2 cents.