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Electric vehicles might just be the ‘biggest scam of modern times’ – Discern Report

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My family and I were traveling when we were passed by a petrol truck pulling a Trailer of an ecological green color enfermizo with an electric truck. Why was this super-duper environmentally friendly new truck towed by the gasoline vehicle that “destroys” the environment? A little research revealed the answer. The driver was towing his super duper truck because that’s the tried and true way to get an electric vehicle from one place to another.

Comparison of EV trucks with gasoline trucks, the contrast is striking. Although the claimed range of the Ford F-150 Lightning EV truck is 320 miles, the range is actually closer to 270 miles. So, according to the Pickup Truck Talk website, the rig has to stop every 3.5 hours, find a charger, make sure the charger is working, and then wait an inconsistent amount of time (chargers have different charging rates) to get back up and running. road again.” The claimed charging time is 30-45 minutes. EV advocates claim that this is the same time it takes to fill up a gasoline vehicle. They also say that “no one fully charges.” On trips, I always fill up the gas tank in less than 40 minutes.

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Of couse, everything changes during the cold winter months. The Lightning’s range decreases by 35% during freezing conditions due to cabin heating, reducing the range to 175.5 miles. Conventional internal combustion engines use heat from the engine to heat the cabin.

Trucks are bought to transport things. The Lightning’s range decreases by 24.5% with 20 bags of concrete mix (~1,400 lbs), reducing the range to about 204 miles. During glacial time, this range drops to 133 miles.

Then, of course, there are holiday season. A Lightning was compared to a V-8 6.2-liter gas GMC Sierra 1500 half-ton truck. Strapped to identical 6,000-pound campers, the Sierra’s driving range was 280 miles, while the range of The Lightning’s driving range was immediately reduced to 160 miles, but it “barely made it 88 miles before requiring a charge.” “Sucking up electricity much faster than expected, the data provided on the EV truck’s display did not show accurate range estimates.”

Traveling in electric trucks is called “stressful and frustrating”. It said, “Imagine stopping every 100 miles or less with a nearly dead battery.”

Note that “most charging stations are not set up for direct charging”. This means that on your “vacation”, before waiting 30-45 minutes to top up every 88 miles, you will also “enjoy” unhooking the trailer to charge your EV. What fun!

In a Detroit to Denver by car, an electric vehicle driver paid ~$193 for charging, which took over 5 hours. Fuel for the gasoline vehicle cost about $300, but saved 5 hours. So the gas vehicle trip cost $107 more, but the EV added over 5 extra hours to the trip. You have to decide what is more important, time or money.

However, according to the Anderson Economic Group, “In the fourth quarter of 2022, typical mid-priced ICE [Internal Combustion Engine] auto drivers paid about $11.29 for fuel per 100 miles of driving. This was “~$0.31 cheaper than the amount paid by mid-priced EV drivers who charge primarily at home, and more than $3 less than the cost incurred by drivers of comparable EVs who charge commercially” .

Regarding electric vehicle charging, we have a new expression to add to our society, which is “anxiety range”. It’s when your vehicle says “I need a charge” and you’re desperately trying to find a charging station before you run out of juice. I understand that these charging stations can be hard to find and are often in places you don’t want to be.

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By the way, your electric truck will probably cost about $20,000 more than a comparable gas truck. Also, EV batteries typically only last 100,000 miles. If you ever need to change the battery, cost between $15,000 and $23,000. Are electric vehicles supposed to be considered disposable?

While this all looks bad for the future of electric trucks, it’s actually worse when you research personal testimonials. One Lightning owner said he bought his vehicle because he considers himself a “responsible citizen” today. After buying his $80,000 electric truck and paying more than $10,000 for a home charger, he took his family on a 1,400-mile trip from Winnipeg, Canada, to Chicago. Its first charging stop took 2 hours to charge from 10% to 90%. At his second charging stop, he found the charger not working. So he traveled to another station. It was also dysfunctional. He later noted that his family was “very worried and stressed at the moment.” With only 12 green miles left, he had to tow his electric vehicle to a Ford dealership where he rented a gasoline vehicle to complete his “vacation.” He called electric vehicles “the biggest scam of modern times.”

Even Ford CEO drove a Lightning truck on a trip and said it was a “reality check.” In addition, he said, “The burden has been quite difficult.” Charging to 40% took 40 minutes, meaning a 90% charge would have taken an hour and a half.

Then there is this other issue. Remember after Hurricane Ian where electric vehicles were”exploding all over Florida” when salt water mixes with electricity? The extremely hot fires of these explosions are almost unquenchable. It takes between 3,000 and 8,000 liters of water to put out an electric vehicle fire. Comparatively, it takes 1,000 gallons of water to put out a gas car fire. What about water conservation?

Are these explosions just a rare saltwater induced problem? In New York there have been 108 lithium ion battery fires reported this year, injuring “66 people and [killing] 13.” In 2022, more than 200 fires have occurred due to batteries of electric bicycles, electric vehicles and other devices. A fire has killed four people and left two others in critical condition. “In just three years, lithium-ion battery fires have overtaken fires started by cooking and smoking as the most common causes of fatal fires in New York City.”

If you buy one of these super-duper trucks, don’t forget to buy your blast suit and fire extinguisher. Also, don’t forget to buy the green trailer for your EV, so everyone knows how environmentally friendly you are, while towing your electric truck with your gas truck. Vroom vroom

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