You Wanted the Internet, You are Going to Want an Electric Car
An expat from the US, Beverly has been a part time resident of the Sunshine Coast since 1998. A journalism major from the University of Houston, freelance writer and small business owner, she has also worked in the corporate and non-profit sectors in public relations, been a columnist for local newspapers, contributed to web-based publications and volunteers her skills to non-profit organizations on the coast.
Wednesday, 25 July 2012 02:52
Thursday, 03 May 2012 13:45
posted by Sandy Wrightman
As far as I understand they are still like any other car in the repair department. They need to have fenders replaced, painted,etc. Yes, they do have brakes but they work differently and do not need as much replacement. Also some of the braking systems actually produce more electricity, charging the batteries. As far as recycled, other parts can be recycled and the batteries after use in the car still have about 80% capacity left and can be used in other ways. This is what I took away from the discussion panel. Editor
Tuesday, 01 May 2012 05:12
posted by Glenn Keryluk
We tried to get one Glenn. Sunshine GM sold theirs to a dealer off coast. They didn't come up with one for the show. They said they did not have much interest in the Volt, however, they didn't advertise it much either.
Thursday, 26 April 2012 19:54
posted by Joanna Zilsel