< If anyone has not posted their view on what they 'think' or 'feel' a
< 'compliance car' is, I ask that you do, for the record.
First of all, my wife and I are not yet EV drivers. We tried to be EV or at
least HEV drivers in late 2008, but NONE were available at that time in our
Canadian versions of the Chevrolet Bolt EV will be initially available only in
three provinces, as General Motors seeks to stoke demand by taking advantage of
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> On Jan 11, 2017, at 4:41 PM, Roger Stockton via EV wrote:
> paul dove
> So, the less informed as Roger (people in the public, EVnoobs), would hear
> the phrase 'compliance car' without initially & truly understanding what
> it means, & just surmise (pick-up) that it is a not a positive thing. I
> would hope that those EVnoobs would later do the
paul dove wrote:
> Quebec becomes the first Canadian province and 11th North American market,
> after 10 US states, to adopt a ZEV mandate.
Just as California does not constitute the entire American market, Quebec is
not the entire Canadian market.
The Bolt is offered for sale in other
Roger's response is correct as there is a definition of the term.
But I am talking about what humans do, not an academic (funkandwagnalls.com)
]. Humans take a word or phrase and change its use over time (as in
-connected lobbyists in Quebec t... | |
From: Roger Stockton via EV <email@example.com>
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Sent: Wednesday, January 11, 2017 12:38 PM
Subject: Re: [EVDL] What is a compliance car? : ... Bolt n
Tesla doesn't advertise either
From: Ron Porter via EV <email@example.com>
To: brucedp5 via EV <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Wednesday, January 11, 2017 9:22 AM
Subject: Re: [EVDL] What is a compliance car? : ... Bolt named top car ...
My opinion is that an EV from a ma
> That post and its responses are really about what 'we each' think what a
> 'compliance car' is.
> I had this thought over a week ago when a news item tried to say the Bolt
> was not a compliance car based on how many EVs GM 'had to' produce vs how
> many more GM said they
--From: brucedp5 via EV Date: Tue, Jan 10, 2017
22:12To: email@example.com;Cc: Subject:[EVDL] What is a compliance car? : ...
Bolt named top car ...
post and its
? So, how do you define 'compliance car' ?
I bought a 2014 Volt because I wanted at least a partial EV, Tesla only other
option and unsure if I would survive surgery and i regularly do 1,100 mile
trips (where I could use a supercharger)
2014 Volt = 16kWh battery, 66% usable (~10.3kWh)3kW max
That post and its responses are really about what 'we each' think what a
'compliance car' is.
I had this thought over a week ago when a news item tried to say the
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