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Meet the electric vehicles next door
by Eric A. Taub, The New York Times
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27 June 2018
On 27 June 2018 Minneapolis Star Tribune reported:
As American car buyers cautiously dip their toes into the world of electric vehicles, pondering issues such as cost, charging times, and driving range, big businesses and some government agencies are going in headfirst. The Antelope Valley Transit Authority, which serves some 450,000 residents in parts of Los Angeles County, wants to be the first transit agency with an all-electric bus fleet. It hopes to ditch all its diesel vehicles by the end of the year and replace them with 80 fully electric versions.
Global Good News service views this news as a sign of rising positivity in the field of science, documenting the growth of life-supporting, evolutionary trends.
The same factors that appeal to consumers make an electric vehicle a good fit for commercial applications. Electric motors offer the low-speed torque such vehicles need, without the roar or exhaust of their diesel counterparts. And while range anxiety could be a concern for the typical car buyer, operators of buses and similar vehicles tend to stay close to home, needing a range of 100 miles or less.
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