Letters: Electric car meant no Irma gas lines
Sept. 24, 2017
The writer of “Electric vehicles faced challenges” (Sept. 18) [
] couldn’t be more wrong about electric cars and the hurricane.
It was great not waiting in gas lines. I was able to keep my vehicle charged
throughout the storm and after. I went to Ponte Vedra. There was a charging
station in Port Orange, six chargers, five available. Coming home, I
recharged at Port St. Lucie. Again, six chargers, five available. I could
have brought my portable generator with me and used that to recharge.
It was fantastic having electric. This hurricane showed how our reliance on
gas and a shortage of it sends people into a frenzy. -IAN BROWN, JUPITER
[© 2017 Cox Media]
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