I’d like to know how those numbers compare with simply going outside on a daily basis. I’d wager a guess that you’re still far safer calling for an Uber after dark than walking home alone.
Gas just sets on fire because it’s not in a pressurized tank. A pressurized hydrogen tank doesn’t even need to catch on fire to explode. The tank just needs to fail. Also I can smell gasoline leaks. If the gas tank in my car fails it just makes a mess on the ground or fills my car with flammable fumes, I can tell… Read more
Hydrogen isn’t going to happen in the U.S. Hydrogen tanks in a moving vehicle are even scarier than a lithium ion battery, hydrogen leaks out of EVERYTHING because the molecules are so small, it’s much easier to deliver electricity to the end user rather than hydrogen, and you still have to go somewhere to fuel up… Read more
Yeah, anyone voting NP on 1990 Chevy Beretta for $8500...probably needs their head examined. I know it’s rare, but rare doesn’t mean it’s good or worth something.
“What’re you talking about? I definitely brought this small block in with me.”