Electric Cars, Environment

Doug Ford says:”I’m not going to give rebates to guys that are buying $100,000 cars — millionaires,” he said Wednesday, even though his own government says it’s counting on rising sales of those electric vehicles (EVs) to help bring down greenhouse gas emissions.

I have to say I agree with him on this one. What could be done, in part, is maybe helping those with a low income to buy an electric vehicle and not the rich. That is … when they come down in price, as at the moment no one can afford one … other than the rich. The next thing is, what is the electricity going to cost the average person to run them?. Also … how are we going to support all this electricity without using fossil fuels to make it? Kind of a dilemma at the moment. What we need to be doing is finding a clean, less hazard way of making this electricity. Along with being affordable for the average person. Then go from there. Right now we are spending billions of dollars on promoting these vehicles with government officials running all over the world, that could be put towards finding the solution. My Opinion Only.

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