Make EVs make sense. IF YOU SLICED-UP THE BATTERY PACK OF JUST ONE HUMMER EV… You’d probably have enough juice to power 5 little blast-to-drive commuter EVs. That would be a lot less strain on the earth… and isn’t that what this is all about? The answer is no.

See if the EV movement was still really about being green, we’d be approaching it a lot differently.

A lot less materialistically. Green has become a status symbol – point blank. DRIVERS WOULDN’T CARE SO MUCH ABOUT SCREEN SIZE, AUTOMATIC HI-BEAMS, ADAPTIVE CRUISE CONTROL, & AUTONOMY… If they actually LOOKED FORWARD to driving the cars they owned. And maybe then – we wouldn’t need 2,000 chips for every EV. Maybe then – we could get these new vehicles priced less than a mortgage. And then EVs might start to become a justifiable, affordable solution. This is all a mess of our own creation… because we consume more & more & more. And then, we look for technology to be the savior of our overconsumption. Maybe it’s common sense & personal responsibility that we really need.


That’s correct… at least not in today’s environment. Today’s vehicles have gotten obese, heavy, and disengaging. Drivers use the roadways as their own personal mobile office. We’re being forced to share lanes with Tesla drivers in full self-drive. Look around at any red-light & see how many drivers are completely inthralled in their own bluetooth conversations, virtually unaware of their surroundings. And to top it off – knowing that a stop sign means stop… is about all you need to get your driver’s license in America & drive a 5,000+lb vehicle. So where do we draw the line on safety? How do we define it?


Replacing competency with technology… like we’re doing. Requiring less of people, and requiring more from sensors… like we’re doing. Catering to the lowest common denominator… like we’re doing. Castrating our freedoms in the name of safety over & over again… like we’re doing. Keep people safe by keeping them uninformed, incapable & technology dependent – that’s the plan. And that mindset is now infiltrating the automotive industry at a wildfire pace. No driver left behind. And it all leads to more tech, more sensors, more regulations, more government control, more problems, higher prices, more delays, dumber people, and lower skills/abilities. You wanna keep people safe? Teach these idiots how to drive, or don’t issue them a license. If you want cars that drive themselves, it already exists. It’s called a bus, a taxi, or Uber.



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