The reporter rented an electric car for his road trip and it turned out

I’m telling you, this country is nowhere near ready to go petrol digging and electric. We don’t even have the planning, infrastructure or education to start a “soft transition”.

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But that has not stopped us from blackmailing irresponsible elite liberal leaders to change, now what?

What would they do if our lives turned into a hellish nightmare of chaos and mismanagement? They just want to line up their pockets and the pockets of their friends and donors in “green energy”.

At the moment we farmers are just an annoyance.

But sadly for the elite, the peasants, though annoying, actually have a lot of power, and if we stand together and reject their agenda, it will become fiery.

And that seems to be what is happening now.

More news: [VIDEO] A very upset-off Bill O’Reilly has unveiled a move by Biden to rapidly weaken the United States.

As Biden and his handlers pressure Americans to buy 55K electric cars, freeing up gas, they are finding a way out of the current state of “green energy.”

There is a reporter for the Wall Street Journal who tried to go on a 4 day road trip with his electric car and it turned into a trip from hell.

Here is part of his story:

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Back on the road, we can’t go even 200 miles on a full charge on the way to Minor, Mo. Clearly, tornado alerts and electric vehicles are not mixed. The highway range of cars actually seems to be worse than its range in cities.

In fact, highway driving does not benefit much from the regenerative-braking technology of cars — which use the energy generated at slow speeds to help recharge car batteries — Kierre spokesman James Bell told me later. He suspects that our car is a less expensive EV6 model with a range not 310 miles, listed in the Toro, but 250. He said he could not confirm which model we were driving without a physical examination of the car

“As we have all learned from many years of experience with vehicles with internal combustion engines, factors such as average highway speed, altitude change and total cargo weight can affect the range, whether arising from a petrol tank or a fully charged battery,” he said.

To save power, we turn off the car’s cooling system and radio, unplug our phones, and lower the windshield wipers to the lowest possible setting while still visible. Three miles from the station, our approximate range is one mile.

“Charge, urgent!” The dashboard prompts. “We know!” We respond.

At zero miles, we flew into a gas-station parking lot screaming. A garbage can fly and land with a sound to greet us. Dinner is a beef shake, turned into a beautiful beauty shop in Memphis-plans to eat at a restaurant are long gone.

Then we start arguing. Mack reminds me that he has to come back in time for his shift the next day. We have no way of doing it, I tell him.

“Should we drive directly to New Orleans?” I finally asked desperately, although I realized I had failed to map the last 400 miles of our route.

To find out our alternatives, Mac calls a McDonald’s at Winona, Miss., Which is home to one of the few fast chargers on our way back to New Orleans. PlugShare informs us that the end user has reported that the charger is damaged. An employee who picked it up reasonably responded that because of the rain, he would check to see if an error message was flashing across the screen of the charger.

Home, sweet $ 4-one-gallon home
At our hotel, we decide that 4 hours of sleep is not better than any other, and set our alarm for 4 o’clock.

We think 11 hours should be plenty for a trip which usually takes half the time. That is, if everything is OK.

Miraculously, it does. At McDonald’s where we stop at 6 a.m. for our first charge, the charger comes alive. The director of the body shop and parts department at Rogers-Dabs Chevrolet in Brandon, Miss., Arrived at 10 a.m. with a keycard to unlock the charger for us. We were thrilled.

We arrived in New Orleans 30 minutes before the start of the Mac shift — tired and angry.

The following week, I fill my jeta at the local shell station. Up to 0 4.08 per gallon of gas.

I take a deep breath. Smoke never smells so sweet.

Sounds like an explosion.

I have a friend who bought an electric Mustang for K 60K, and he went to a wedding, and when it was over, he realized he didn’t have enough charge to build a house, and he knew it would take hours to charge. , So he had to stay most of the night and the next morning, in a hotel.

Talk about hip pain.

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Again, we’re not ready for that, but Dames won’t listen … so vote for them, and bring people to the office who will accurately represent us and our needs.

H / T Citizen Free Press

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