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re: Buyers would chose e-cars, if. . .
kicker24   5/17/2009 1:06:51 AM
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2nd Hint. If one doesn't really move more then 20km a day he doesn't need a car at all... A bicycle will be good enough.

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kicker24   5/17/2009 1:01:10 AM
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"No product can exist and prevail at the market if there is no interest from the side of the consumers." Hm. As we all can see the solar companies still exist, whenever no one will buy solar cells, cause they are economically senseless. So it is not necessary the truth. "The reason why most drivers would not buy an electric car even if it would be available is the driving range. Though estimated 80 percent of all drivers don't move more than 20 to 30 km per day" What about to look out from the window and take a look on the reality. Did you ever thought what these 30 km means? I'll give you a hint. If you go somewhere with a car and will calculate an average speed you will wonder how low it is if you drive at 100kmh 1h and then make a pause of 30 min... First of all. There is a lot of people not driving car on that day and a lot which drive more then 100km a day. An average will be 30km, but does not make any sense in the decision to buy a car... P.S. If we don't understand something it doesn't mean that it's strange... It could be that we just don't have sufficient knowledge. And here that is the case.

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