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Comment: Re:The reason is more simple (Score 1) 444 444

If you think I'm anti-EV, you couldn't be more wrong. In fact, if a small one or two person EV car was available for around 10$K or less, I'd be driving one already. I work from home and only go out of town once or twice a year and it's usually with someone else who have their own car. So I don't care about charging time and I don't care about the range, even only 50km would be more than fine.

The problem really is the cost.

Comment: Re:The reason is more simple (Score 2) 444 444

A lof of things differ from country to country: subsidies, availability of electric cars, cost of fuel. And not everyone spends the same amount of cash on fuel per month because not everyone drives the same distance every month.

And not everyone buys new cars, so until there's a lot of used electric cars available, they're only going to be a fraction of percentage of all the cars on the road.

When someone says "I want a programming language in which I need only say what I wish done," give him a lollipop.