Electric car subsidy spared cuts by government?

  Uboat 00:40 28 Jul 10

me personaly i wouldnt go near one they cost WAY too much & if my knowledge is correct they die of death after 200 miles.?...forgive me if im wrong though...also its worth noting like most batteries after a certain amount of uses do they die on us.? & how much is it too change the batteries.?

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  Dragon_Heart 03:18 28 Jul 10

They are now developing and selling cars with hydrogen fuel cells.

Battery provider Southern California Edison have been testing a lithium-ion battery subpack for two and a half hears now and have demonstrated a life of more than 180,000 miles without significant performance loss.

  morddwyd 09:22 28 Jul 10

Since "perpetual flight" is already here, the perpetual car can only be a matter of time!

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