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Commented On: Are Electric-Car Batteries Already at $250 Per kWh? Analyst Says Yes


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I know you do John. I was just being nasty to GM because I'm still a little upset with them. I think I read it on this site where Nissan said that they were lowering the price on the 2013 Leaf. All the car sites usually have the same articles, or so close that you'd think they copied each other, so it is kinda hard to remember which site you read it on. I think I gave you a link once from SciAm about batteries and you deleted the comment.

Commented On: Are Electric-Car Batteries Already at $250 Per kWh? Analyst Says Yes


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"When will these lower costs be reflected in sticker prices?" I think Nissan has already answered that question for you. Their 2013 Leaf is going to cost a lot less. But of course, you wouldn't ask Nissan a question like that would you? You'd ask GM and get a date like: "The price of electrics will be lowered in 2050."

Commented On: Battery Maker A123 Systems Says It’s Not The Next ‘Solyndra’


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Anything the right wing conservatives discount, I'll put my faith in. I think A123 will pull out of its slump and become the top battery manufacturer in America.

Commented On: Nissan Sticks With 20K Leafs In U.S. By End Of (Fiscal) Year


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I think Nissan can and will get the sales. I would like to thank Nissan for putting heated steering wheels on the Leaf. My hands are going to love that in the winter time.I would like to make another suggestion for Nissan to help with sells.I sometimes have to park my vehicle in high crime areas, and it has been broken into several times. Can you put, and hide, a high resolution-motion activated camera in the mirror on the windshield, that can take pictures in three different directions, and the same camera in the taillight on the back glass? And can you make it where the pictures the camera takes would be sent to my home computer or iPhone?

Commented On: Raw Diesel Fumes Worse Than Second-Hand Smoke, Says W.H.O.


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You should also mentioned that the carcinogens from diesel causes bladder cancer and sometimes severe respiratory problems in children. Now that this information is known and being spread around the Internet; if you have a diesel vehicle and there are children living close to you, you should be weary because it could open a path for a lawsuit from the children's parents.

Commented On: 2013 Ford Focus ST: Mean, Green, With Overboosted Ecoboost


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There is no way Ford can pin the label "green" on that car with that poor gas millage.

Commented On: Bigger Batteries Key To Better Quick Charging For Electric Cars


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John, I just read this article on Scientific American about what A123 is coming out with in the spring. You may want to read the article: http://www.scientificamerican.com/article.cfm?id=better-lithium-ion-battery-from-a123-systems They said this lithium-ion-battery will only cost $250.00.

Commented On: Tesla Faces Dealer Opposition To Opening New Store In MA


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I bought my 05 Mustang in West Virginia and I bought my 96 Olds in California and registered it in West Virginia. To register both of them, all I had to show was a purchase order with the car's engine number on it. West Virginia got the sale tax from the Mustang but they didn't get the sale tax from the Olds.

Commented On: Tesla Faces Dealer Opposition To Opening New Store In MA


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That's right. If my state want to force me by law to buy from a dealership, I will go out of state to buy my car and my state will loose the taxes on the sale. So that would be a stupid law to enforce or push on people.

Commented On: Tesla Faces Dealer Opposition To Opening New Store In MA


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John, how can a state know if you bought your car online or went out of state to buy your car? I can't see how they can enforce that law in this computer age. Buying your car online can save you as much as $10,000.00. Everything I can buy online, I do because it saves me a lot of money and I am not breaking any of my state's laws by purchasing items online. A car is an item you can purchase on line and it doesn't matter who is selling it. So how is Tesla breaking the states laws by selling their cars online? The laws shouldn't force people to buy from a dealership; that should be against the law.
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