Here’s the audio of my weekly Wheels Up segment with Bill Meyer over at KMED Radio in Oregon. We talked about the latest EeeeeVeeeee idiocies (and evils) as well as Duck Smiting and other topics du jour!
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Hi Jack, I like where he said he learned “patience”…..a normal person would have learned that making that trip in an EV was idiotic.
If you ever drive through Wyoming in the winter, why in the hell would you buy a EV? Insane.
“Alan O’Hashi, who drives a Nissan Leaf, said that driving long distances in an electric vehicle takes far longer than driving in a traditional, gas-powered vehicle.
It’s only 178 miles from Cheyenne, Wyoming, to Casper, Wyoming. In a gas-fuelled vehicle, that trip, on average, takes around 3 hours.
But for O’Hashi, he told the Cowboy State Daily that it took “15 hours to get from Cheyenne to Casper,” adding, “It was very difficult.”
O’Hashi said that trip took place in May 2022, noting that a month later, it took him 11 hours to travel between the two cities.”