2 of the below are false:
State Farm only sells 1/3 of the Auto policies they planned to sell – but they declare it a success
ISU only graduates 1/3 of any given freshman class, but they declare it a success
Normal’s EVTown initiative only has 1/3 of the planned electric vehicles on the road, but they declare it a success
Figure it out?
Why much taxpayer money has been rebated in electric vehicle tax credits? (@ $7500 each!)
How much taxpayer money has been spent on charging stations?
How much FREE electricity has been sucked up?
Where does the electricity come from to fuel the EV’s? Hint: it’s not from wind or solar
3 thoughts on “Fly on the Wall: EV Town”
I believe that I read somewhere that Gov Quinn wants to tax the EV cars based on miles, because although government is pushing us to go green, the driver doesn’t have to pay highway taxes that are part of the gasoline tax.
Now, only government thinks it makes sense to give you a rebate for buying an EV and going green, but charge an extra tax because you aren’t using gasoline.
liberal logic. Give them money to buy them, free electricity generated by non-green technology, the cry about not getting tax money.