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  • 11 months later...

With the new electric Hummer starting at $112,000 I am afraid I could not buy one even if I was totally on board with the concept!

 

Hell Now that I am retired I am not sure I can afford a normal GM truck anymore!

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Dealer shops are unable to resolve diesel emissions issues...and now there will be complexity of electric vehicles? Oh my... how long do you think “warranty” will be?  How long will the car owners wait for “unavailable parts”? Will known defective or low reliability replacement parts be installed during “warranty?

 

the “power grid”, like all commercial products, is running at “maximum profit”... reinvestment is not happening. (Can’t use electric wireline trucks without electricity... REMEMBER the “freak” collapse of Texas grid so that our resources were sold to highest bidder?). More houses are “all Electric” and more planned. Everyone home. Cranking heat and tv, etc..maybe even “cooking” on their stove...the “reserve” of 10% doesn’t cut it. “Deregulation” in utilities has had opposite of “intended result”.  The “competition” has been rigged and people froze to death....  

 

wait until we hang these “edicted” cars hanging on the grid...

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Let's bring this "one and done" post back to life. OP had 4 names, 3 first or middle, and a last, so my guess is that he discovered this forum, and posted his amazement🤔😬

 

Some days I am amazed that we don't speak a different language, because we have been conquered by another country....

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