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re: EXCLUSIVE! I'm driving a Nissan Leaf EV for a few days
reeti rajput   5/22/2013 5:32:21 AM
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reeti rajput   5/22/2013 5:30:33 AM
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Acupressure involves the use of pressure and force to treat diseases. This method of treatment is most effective against pain, itching and headache. This diseases are occur in old day age. In most cases body pain is treated by this method. The use of Acupressure has become too common in the world to treat various kinds of diseases.Health is a factor that has universal recognition and importance. http://getacupressure.com/

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takenmark   4/7/2013 9:20:02 AM
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kach30   7/5/2011 7:24:02 PM
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Are they available in right hand drive? And what is the future of EV technology cars? To me they must replace conventional hydrocarbon engine cars.

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ReneCardenas   6/14/2011 8:58:10 PM
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If I am not mistaken, stop and go traffice is not an issue for most hybrids, as it is for hydrocarbon based. That have to keep running the engine at all times. As for Cold and rainy, that is another matter.

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Robert.Taylor.5   4/27/2011 7:44:20 AM
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Do you know what kind of information bus is used between the ECU and other parts of the system? CAN? LIN? Flexray? Something else or a combination?

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Kevin.Jackson   4/20/2011 2:28:34 PM
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It's a cold, rainy night in stop and go traffic. The headlights (night), wipers (rainy), heater (cold), air conditioning (to keep the fog off the windsheild) and stereo (I'm bored) are on. What's the range under these conditions?

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Stuart2121   4/13/2011 7:16:01 AM
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What precautions have been designed into the car to prevent damage in the event of being flooded? And what precautions to prevent electrocution? Will the car be a write off if it is flooded by salt water? and fresh water?

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Michael.Peterson_#2   4/7/2011 3:55:19 PM
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In terms of partial charging, for every hour on a standard 110 V outlet, you will get about 3 or 4 miles of additional range. On a 220 V supply (L2 EVSE) you will get about 10 to 12 miles of range for every hour. One of our local science museums has a L2 station. In a 4 hour visit we could add about 40 miles or 12 miles if we used their L1 charger.

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Michael.Peterson_#2   4/7/2011 3:47:38 PM
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Since we purchased the car three weeks ago, it looks like we can get about 70 to 90 miles out of a charge. Most efficient performance is at about 38 mph. Wind drag starts to really impact range when going at freeway speeds.

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