Here’s the biggest thing we can do, along with recycling, to help save it.
The time for transitioning to electric vehicles is upon us.
That if you buy an all-electric vehicle (EV), you will be eligible for a Federal tax credit of up to $7,500, plus a California credit of up to $2,500????
That’s $10,000 off the top of your new EV’s price tag.
Now, these credits/rebates will start phasing out for each manufacturer, after that manufacturer has sold 200,000 EV’s. So far, Toyota is the only manufacturer even close to that.
1- our vehicles are the worst enemies of the environment.
2- We only have one environment, and our children, grandchildren and forward depend on it.
3- Yes, there are two issues about EV’s. A- range (think mileage), and B- availability of charging stations.
4- BUT BUT BUT…these are rapidly improving, and newer model EV’s are approaching & exceeding 200 miles in range at the same time that charging stations are expanding rapidly!
5- AND EV’s are cheaper to run.
I thought I was going to drive my beautiful little 2008 Mitsubishi Eclipse the rest of my life. But the environment, which we all (and those children of ours) depend on for our very lives, is seriously at risk.
So I am now looking for an EV. I URGE YOU SERIOUSLY TO CONSIDER IT TOO. NO ONE IS GOING TO SAVE THE WORLD FOR OUR CHILDREN IF IT’S NOT US. RIGHT? RIGHT!
Look at it this way. Our grandfathers saved the world from Nazism. It’s our generation’s turn to save it from our own pollution. Let’s do it!
I’m continuing to research, and will share all that I find, as soon as I find it.