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Would You Ever Purchase An Electric Vehicle?

Would You Ever Purchase An Electric Vehicle?

Here’s The Scoop

In a world increasingly obsessed with green energy and sustainable living, we’re asking the question that’s on everyone’s mind: Would You Ever Purchase an Electric Vehicle?

This query delves into the heart of a contentious issue. The liberal left champions electric vehicles as the solution to our environmental woes, but are they really the panacea we’ve been promised?

Electric vehicles, or EVs, are touted as zero-emission vehicles, but critics argue that the production and disposal of their batteries can be environmentally damaging. Furthermore, the electricity that powers these vehicles often comes from fossil fuels, negating their supposed benefits.

Yet, the allure of EVs is undeniable. They promise lower maintenance costs, tax credits, and the satisfaction of being ‘green’. But do these perks outweigh the potential downsides?

We’re asking you, our dedicated readers, to weigh in on this debate. Would you ever consider purchasing an electric vehicle? Or are you firmly in the camp of traditional, gas-powered cars?

Your opinion matters. Make your voice heard in this crucial poll. After all, the future of transportation may very well hinge on your decision.

What do you think? Let us know by participating in our poll, or join the discussion in the comment section below!


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10 Comments

10 Comments

  1. Brandy

    December 22, 2023 at 6:15 am

    FJB AND HIS MINIONS!!! HE CAN TAKE HIS EV`S AND SHOVE THEM WHERE THE SUN DONT SHINE!!! WE HAVE GOT TO GET THIS PEDOPHILE OUT OF OUR WHITE HOUSE AND VOTE PRESIDENT TRUMP BACK IN SO WE CA GET THIS COUNTRY BACK IN ORDER!!! AND TO THE STATES TRYING TO STOP HIM FROM BIENG ON THE BALLOTS??? FUCK YOU TOO, WE WILL JUST WRITE PRESIDENT TRUMPS NAME IN!!!

    • Mike

      December 22, 2023 at 7:06 am

      I’d CONSIDER a hybrid where the gas motor and/or regenerative braking recharged the batteries, increases the gas mileage especially in cities. But a plug in hybrid nope.

  2. Thomas Pratt

    December 22, 2023 at 6:20 am

    These garbage cars have serious issues when it comes to winter travelling in North America.

    In addition the battery is not environmentally sound as the woke left would have you believe and they die out quickly in cold North American winters.

    Our government authorities can also throw a kill switch on them in order to prevent you from travelling more than twelve miles outside your city.

    They add to the overall cost of your household electricity bill, which is already getting way out of hand. They take as much as 12 hours or more to charge, which means you really can never go very far unless you have the ability to switch from electric to gas whenthe battery dies.

    I would not use one of these Globalist Woke cars if the government offered it to me for free.

    Purchasing one of these mobile disasters is submitting to our globalist, woke government officials.

    Remember submission to the politically woke in any possible way equals slavery and death of its citizens!

    Say NO, to this vile evil wicked wockism!

    • Dorlis Lee Grote

      December 22, 2023 at 4:36 pm

      Not to mention initial cost of them! I am on Social Security, could not afford them! My 2002 Astro, all wheel van gets me where I am going and back. She has 198,000 miles on original engine, all wheel transmission, still going strong just like me at 83. I do not feel compelled to drive all over the place like some do,only go to town when I have at least 3 things to do. live in rural area, 15 miles from town, 40 miles from my drs. If they threw that switch, I woud starve, never make it to my dr. I have found that driving at 55 on cruise, I gain 1 mile per gallon plus the wear and tear on her is less and I have time to avoid any idiot on his/her cell phone who is hell bent on running me off the road. I keep the tank at 1/2, average of $12 for 2 trips. Take good care of your car and it will take good care of you, she is in a garage, gets regular oil changes, check ups. Then you have all the new tech garbage on these EV’s, things thst cost a fortune to repair. Ever notice that most cars sitting on the shoulder are new ones! Not to mention, if I ever have to bug out, my 3 cats and I could shelter in it.

    • Dean Cotelidis

      March 9, 2024 at 10:20 pm

      The left worries about our air quality. When God created the earth he planted plenty of trees to keep the air fresh. I think we are cutting to many tress building homes which is okay but the homes are to big. What I think instead of building out build up save the tress and land. I live in a community with plenty of tress and the air is so good.

  3. Dan

    December 22, 2023 at 7:27 am

    I would never consider one.

  4. Tarheel

    December 22, 2023 at 8:35 am

    The infrastructure has not caught up with charging stations and Evan when it does, who wants to sit in their car for 45 min. Waiting for a charge. Cold kills batteries and where does the energy source come from to charge these batteries. Oh, that would be electricity which the greenies want Mother Nature to supply, which at best can be unreliable with adverse weather conditions.

    • virgil jarrett

      December 22, 2023 at 6:57 pm

      agree with tarheel

  5. Steve

    December 23, 2023 at 9:13 pm

    Over 95% voted ‘NO’, but that won’t stop the government from forcing us to purchase them after they do away with gas-powered ones.

  6. Dean Cotelidis

    March 9, 2024 at 10:21 pm

    The left worries about our air quality. When God created the earth he planted plenty of trees to keep the air fresh. I think we are cutting to many tress building homes which is okay but the homes are to big. What I think instead of building out build up save the tress and land. I live in a community with plenty of tress and the air is so good.

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