In some My little pumpkin shirt they’re talking about roads that would charge the vehicles through induction. We can’t get our potholes fixed let alone install that technology. As I long distance motorway driver diesel is the best option for me. I can and do the drive from Newcastle to Glasgow and back on half a tank. Could I do that on a charge? My wife still drives a petrol as we don’t have off-street parking to charge at home either. Ben Howe assumption correct, I work in IT covering a large region stretching from Inverness to Sheffield area. I like the street light idea, may even find the odd one in the remote locations I visit.
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My little pumpkin shirt not going to happen, maybe small cars in towns yes but commercial vehicles no, can you imagine an electric lorry it would have to be charged up every 50miles. My work van runs at 3.5 tonnes fully loaded with tools all day every day and I have to get to call outs, breakdowns anywhere from Portsmouth to Scotland in one day. I can’t see electric van ever doing that economically and the time it would take would mean I would lose customers and work.
I work in the motor industry, they say that the infrastructure for charging these cars needs to be put in place, still not sure about having charging points outside houses and flats on council estates, the kids will have a field day for them, or maybe people living on these estates won’t be driving in the future, do we have the infrastructure to generate the electricity needed to charge these cars on top of what we already use?