- Mar 2019
- Portland, OR
Problem is that we may already drained most of our oil reserves by then. Oil is just too good of an energy source. And electric cars and hybrids are already on the road and can work economically. They are still not as good as gas cars at this point.Well, that's where you are wrong.
The most effective solution will be when it makes economic sense.
Government can definitely help. And the best help are those that work with the market. For example, raising gas and car taxes, raising MPG standards, and giving big tax cuts for electric cars and hybrids.Gubmint can help, but money is the best problem solver.
This is why we need to listen to scientists not politicians on climate change.And, I kinda like AOC....she's so entertaining!
Who else was gonna bring us the Green New Deal and also inform us that the world only has 12 years left?
Thats great, but those high MPG vehicles are equivalent to low-tar cigarettes. The best solution is to just go electric or at least hybrids.And my little SUV gets sometimes 40 MPG and more on the hiway, with 35 city!
That's WAAAY better than some of those old beaters I used to drive.
I am looking forward to my next one being a hybrid, and getting even more MPG.
No, US oil consumption hasn't declined at all. They are about the same.Yep, things are definitely getting better...