Where is the charging infrastructure going to come from? California won't allow any new power generating plants to be built. Solar and wind cannot keep up with demand now, how is it going to in 15 years? Of course this is just a political ploy to make politicians feel good that they "did something". Man cannot make the climate change.
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Our family owned many Volvos. I got a 1968 142 coupe in 1974 from a friend's father who was a mechanic at a Volvo dealership. My brother bought a 1969 142 a year later. My father who was a Dodge man bought a 1975 240 and was so impressed with it he bought another 240 for my mother for Christmas that year. He bought a 1983 245 and my mother's 240 went to my youngest brother. Dad's 240 was totaled when it was hit by a drunk driver while parked on the side of the road. All of the doors were fully functional and the passenger compartment was perfectly intact. Dad drove the 245 for many years before purchasing a 1996 960 wagon. The 1993 245 went to my sister. My mom had 1995 940 wagon that I ended up owning. I put over 250,000 miles on before it rusted out due to the crap CT puts on the roads for ice melt. I also had a 1987 245 DL that I got when my son was six months old. He learned to drive on that car at age 16. It ended up in the junkyard with 317,000 miles on it due to body rot and too many things wrong with it that made it not worth fixing. Both of my kids owned several Volvos over the years. We no longer own any Volvos because they went to FWD and were always having issues with the front axles. Good cars until they went to FWD. Now they are so expensive none of us can afford them.
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