If an I can’t be held responsible for what my face does when you talk shirt vehicle can last about 600 miles before needing a recharge and then only need less than 10 minutes to fully recharge then the logistics and courier sector might not completely collapse. You would need charging points installed in every layby, truck stop, service station, distribution and industrial estate not just in this country, but throughout Europe. Not impossible, but a massive task, and spectacularly expensive. Great idea, not. I live in a terraced house. No drive and no fixed parking space. So if my car is at the park far away from the house I’ll need one hell of an extension lead and a lot of warning signs of the cable trailed up the road.
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Definitely not viable for quite a few I can’t be held responsible for what my face does when you talk shirt, and no I can’t charge it at work. They’d need an overhaul the entire yard. Not only that what happens to those of us that privately rent and landlords don’t want charging points installed? I like driving and enjoy the freedom that comes with it. I don’t mind what powers the car. I intend to avoid being shepherded around like in a sci-film and sitting in something in which the previous occupant had transported a wet dog.
What about powering the vehicle using hydrogen? The product of a burning process is pure H2O so the generator could collect it back and using the process similar to the one in car battery reuse water and produce hydrogen back again. They say there is still a lot of issues with storing hydrogen but it is possible.