Going Electric and Growing Up

On a future of not driving the cars our dads did.

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But before we talk electric, why I did it, and how it all works day-to-day for six months, let’s talk gas.

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Yup, that’s me going to Prom. My dad wouldn’t actually let me drive it to Prom, mind you — too “dangerous” for a 16 year old hormonal boy — but he did let me pose with it for pictures.

But you can’t stay young forever?

So, instead what if I got a car that meant I never had to go to the DEQ ever again?

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What other cars could I drive instead?

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Nissan Leaf

Tesla Model S

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BMW i3

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The Test Drive sold me.

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Range Anxiety is actually a non-issue.

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I can make it to the beach, but really, only if I plan to stay there all day and pray I make it the whole way.

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I love my car, but I don’t leave town.

There is something I really hate about this car.

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The Life Electric

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