Bill Dube <[email protected]
> Folks select a car for emotional, not practical reasons. However....
> OEM EVs really are cost effective. It is not just the difference in
> fuel cost, but that is a significant factor, especially since these
> costs go up every year. The real difference is drive system
> maintenance. There is none for the EV.
> No oil changes. No oil filter. No fuel filter. No tune ups. No air
> filter. No clutch. No catalytic converter. No exhaust system. No fuel
> injectors. No alternator. No starter. No EGR valve. No fan belt.
> Brakes on the Prius typically last the life of the car, and will
> likely do the same on an EV.
> By the time the dust settles, the total cost of ownership on an OEM
> EV will be the same and likely significantly less than an ICE car.
> Bill D.
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