yep. As in replacing the batteries, disposing of them, and the labor to do so.When you have to pay all the bills let me know how cheap they are.
yep. As in replacing the batteries, disposing of them, and the labor to do so.
I've seen announcements that if the batteries short to the frame, you'll be electrocuted, when you open the door.
I guess that's why the recalls are to put insulated door handles on them.....
This is one of the things that bothers me about the EV's. As they become more available on the used market, people who can't really afford one will be able to get into them only to get caught with repair/maintenance costs that they can't afford or like a computer, it'll be some update that will make them unusable and non-repairable. Now the higher dollar Plaids and exotics will hold some value so they may be worth repairing once or twice but just like gas cars, many of them, especially the entry level EV's, will end up sitting behind someone's house with the intent of fixing them when they get the money only to eventually rot away. How good for the environment will they be then?Car would be sold before batteries died. Electronics are crazy in the car. Power everything. All done on a screen. He's a 3/4 year man then moves on to another car. .