On 13 Oct 2015 at 18:39, Arnold Offner via EV wrote:
> A recent 2014 copy of the IRS Fringe benefits now is a $ 130 exemption and
> requires the highway commuter vehicle to seat at least 6 people (excluding
> driver) ...
WTF? So only SUVs need apply?
David Roden - Akron, Ohio, USA
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69.4 miles 37 miles
This trip would be just possible in a Nissan Leaf. CCS cars might have trouble
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The time for free electricity for EV's should be past now. At this point,
the benefits to EV's are so overwhelming (where there is a good match to
individual need) that free electricity only *detracts* from EV adoption by
creating EV animosity.
I'd far rather pay my employer $15/month and be
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Almost all public charging that I encounter is no longer free. The reason that
employers where no networked commercial chargers are installed (with good
reason) typically refuse to arrange payment is because it is more hassle than
the reward in recovered fees. It is cheaper to give the
I had a similar yet different experience to Damon's.
Years before I had my Blazer EV, even before I worked at hp. I had a choice
to make when I was just starting out after my Vietnam war era service (I was
lucky action didn't see me , but think of how big and easy a shoot-able
target I was). I
That's a very cool story, Bruce. Glad you shared it. I had no idea one
could get an e-scooter back then - it certainly wasn't something that
had even crossed my mind. In spite of the skepticism that you mention,
just think of the few people who saw what you did and were inspired and
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