- Dec 28, 2008
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I did see that part. I should be more specific about what my questions are:The answer was in the article - the ban is only on new car sales.
The way the environment is changing, there may not be anyone left in California to buy new cars in 15 years anyway, so I'm not sure this is a big deal. Florida has similar issues. With ever-worsening hurricane seasons and rising oceans, will you be able to buy a V-12 fan boat or will they all be electric in 15 years?
I looked up the number of cars in CA. There are 15 million. All that infrastructure we’ve been discussing for hundreds of pages - CA now has no choice but to have it. Not for all 15 million right away, but...what’s the plan?
As evidenced by the # of cars - almost everyone in CA needs a car. Except for like, San Francisco. What are the options for people who can’t afford the cheapest EV? It can’t be “used ICE” indefinitely...
I’m not against the spirit of the order. What i fear is the shit show that’s coming because once again, the People’s Republic thinks it can just ‘make it so’. My family still lives there and someday i might go back - - to answer your question, FL weather sucks and it materially gets worse every year. And I’m getting tired of it.