After frozen, extended commute, a Washington Post editorial writer wonders how it would have gone with an electric vehicle. Conclusion: even less well. He doubts the president’s goal will be met. Exile to follow.
Meanwhile, The Great Booker notes that “London to Edinburgh by electric car: it was quicker by stagecoach: The BBC’s stunt of taking an electric Mini to Edinburgh reveals just how impractical rechargeable cars are”.
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