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battery power strip Early adopter fulfills electric car dream

by:KEBO      2019-11-07
Fred Crock has been working on radio all his life.He is the chief engineer of KKHI and KQED.FM.He also worked as a radio announcer and recorded video voice.overs.Fred Crock has been working on radio all his life.He is the chief engineer of KKHI and KQED.FM.He also worked as a radio announcer and recorded video voice.overs.Fred Crock has been working on radio all his life.He is the chief engineer of KKHI and KQED.FM.He also worked as a radio announcer and recorded video voice.overs.When I visited my grandparents in Baltimore in 1944, I first met an electric car.An old woman living nearby has an electric car between the ages of 20 and 25.She kept it as clean and shiny as the day she left the factory.She drove past my grandparents several times a week and ran errands without being affected by wartime petrol rationing.Starting in 1958, I started volunteering at the Tram Museum, where I became familiar with electric cars by studying electric cars.The Western Railroad Museum in Solano County is a popular destination for a local electric car club.The store building has several different powers to run the machines, so the museum can power the battery chargers of different types of electric vehicles to charge their batteries.Most electric cars are divided.Electric vehicles replace compact Japanese cars with gasoline engines.Some members own general electric vehicles.1 cars.This is the car in the movie "Who Killed the Electric Car?"A man took me to demonstrate on his electric car.1.This is an impressive car.Now let's get to 2011.2003 Volkswagen Passat 157,000 miles of home cars.It requires a major service of 160,000 miles.Over the years, I have learned the hard way to perform all the services listed in the owner's manual.The price of the service is higher than the value of the car, so I decided to have the next owner pay for it and start buying a new car.Chevrolet Volt just came out.I went to a demo drive and it worked really well.It takes about 8 seconds to accelerate from 0 to 60.It will beat any Toyota Prius outside the traffic lights or parking signs.The Volt was built on the Chevrolet Cruz chassis with a 450-pound battery at the bottom.The center of gravity is about 2 inch lower than Cruz.Chevrolet's engineers are thinking a lot about Volt's design.For example, 10 seconds after turning on the windshield wiper, the headlights turn on.That 10-The second delay allows you to slide a few raindrops without turning on the headlights.Even though I was worried that I would be an early adopter, I bought a 2012 v.Life as an early adopter is not perfect.At 16,000 miles, the car began to make a loud cry as it slowed down.Motor support bearing failure.The bearing uses a plastic fixing cage that has been broken.The replacement has a brass cage.I suspect GM originally used plastic because it was quieter than metal.The replacement of the bearing did not arrive in a month, during which the dealer provided a free car rental.GM also offered to pay for my car for a month, but I paid cash so GM sent me a free luxury car insurance.On the highway, the battery is about 42 miles full of electricity.The local average is 48 miles.Electricity costs about $1.50 per gallon.When the battery runs out, the gasoline engine starts automatically and the car turns into a hybrid.Since I owned the car, it has traveled a total of 106 miles per gallon.This includes a 4,000-Miles of gas-powered tour to the Midwest.Between thoughtful engineering, excellent fuel economy and excellent customer service, I am very satisfied with my purchase.Will I buy another Chevrolet Volt?I will for sure.
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