Soaring gas prices are pushing more Canadians to seriously consider EVs
Sky-high gas prices are pushing electric vehicles (EVs) further into the spotlight as of late, as more drivers think seriously about going electric.
Proof? The cars are 70 k, who the fuck has that for a feasible car purchase.
Too bad that 1. Our power grid can't handle the extra load on electricity. 2. Not ideal for rural people or long commuters. 3. Can't get in a condo our townhouse. 4. Electric cars have a larger carbon footprint globally
Um ya, that's not a thing. Ppl who are struggling with $2 gas are not looking to drop $70k then for some another $3k to upgrade the hydro service in their home.
If Canadian's can't afford high gas ⛽ prices how do you think we can afford to purchase an EV?
Grand Caravan is 45K, any electric car starts 90K. No thanks, I'll stick with fossil fuel.
Good, the more people move to EV, the lower the demand for gasoline which will then lower the price at the pumps.
I can’t afford $2/l so I have to get myself a $60k electric vehicle and update the hydro at my house so I can start saving some $$$$$.
So they can’t afford $6.00 extra a fill up but can afford a $80.000.00 vehicle? 🤔🤔 Not buying the propaganda you’re selling.
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