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ghostofsplinterslapfightspast
ghostofsplinterslapfightspast
Nov 4
37

This is actually excellent, clever clickbait.

Nov 4
1

Oh heavens I missed a single word in your post! My apologies dear sir! Anyway the photograph you posted is rather poor with regard to locking provision, I only can barely see it on the third look and that flimsy cover that is easily broken off making whatever pad lock is on there irrelevant. That’s more of a tamper Read more

Nov 4
7

I love lamb stew. I guess the Babylonians couldn’t get any potatoes and Guiness to go with it...

Nov 4
8

Not that expensive? Oh maybe one attached to wall is cheap. But hundreds spread out through an apartment complex parking lot with the wiring underground (below the pavement) and everything installed to code? Even if you can avoid union labor that ain’t gonna be cheap. And sure as hell it will be separately metered. Read more

Nov 4
2

That’s only 10% of the battle. The expensive part is the upgrade to service. You can’t just throw another breaker in an existing panel, particularly an old apartment 100A service. These things were built without EVs in mind, since they didn’t exist. Far between is the lower-end complex management that wants to pour Read more

Nov 4
19

Totally agree. Consumers are weird. “I might need to road trip across America!” How can I do that with my EV? Says someone that won’t drive two stores down to save $10 because “it isn’t worth the drive and I hate driving.” Read more

Nov 4
5

the secondary barrier is lack of charging infrastructure in apartment complexes with parking

Nov 4
5

Neutral: If you live in an urban center and use on-street parking some or all of the time, then the access to convenient charging points is a huge deal. Either your work has to have a charger or you need some other convenient charging node. Read more

Nov 4
8

Neutral: Haven’t you seen all the comments from people saying “I’ll never buy an EV until I can get 700 miles of charge in 15 minutes. I can refill my [random ICE vehicle] in 5 minutes and get 390 miles. I never pee. My bladder is the size of a yoga ball and when I go on all my 8,321 mile road trips, I store it in a Read more

Nov 3
65

Actually............. It does look a lot like a cock ring.