Government wants electric cars replacing gas cars. Government wants to outlaw gas powered cars in the next eight years, minimum. No wonder gas prices are going up.
Washington State Plans to Outlaw Most New Gas-Powered Cars.
Washington state legislators passed a law to outlaw most new gasoline-powered cars in the next eight years.
Is government going to pay for your new electric car? Can you afford $40,000 or more for a car you are forced into buying?
Money is tight for most people and food prices are going up along with other items. Government will be forcing all gas engine vehicles off the roads…and raising gas prices to force you into the purchase.
Have you had enough yet? Will you be arrested for driving a gas-powered vehicle or simply forced off the road when they increase gas prices further.
What about the millions of barrels of untapped oil in the United States they refuse to open? Why do you think that is?
You need to realize that all politicians are ass clown puppets, forcing the agenda of the deep state.
- Henry Ford’s Model T was introduced in 1908
- The 1990 Clean Air Act and transportation emissions regulations sparked renewed interest in electric vehicles.
- Over in France, the sale of gas and diesel cars will be banned by 2040.
- . In 2019, the federal Zero-Emission Vehicles Act was proposed in the Senate and House of Representatives
- Copenhagen and Barcelona will likely ban all gas- and diesel-vehicles, and India stated that the country will only be selling hybrid and electric vehicles that same year.
Although the history of electric cars dates back to the 1800s, it took many years for the first practical ones to hit the roads. Within 100 years, electric cars made up one third of all motor vehicles. By this time, gasoline-powered cars had also entered the market. At first, these were harder to drive, and noisy.
Electric cars were deemed as better technology, that is, until Henry Ford’s Model T was introduced in 1908. Not only could it be mass produced, its cost was less than half the price of electric cars. Fast forward to the 1990s: The 1990 Clean Air Act and transportation emissions regulations sparked renewed interest in electric vehicles. Auto manufacturers started modifying certain models, and soon there were new electric cars being sold.
Today, many countries are planning to ban gas cars completely in the coming years. The United States also wants to replace gas car with electric ones.
SB 5974, which was recently signed (pdf) by Democrat Gov. Jay Inslee, establishes that “all publicly owned and privately owned passenger and light duty vehicles of model year 2030 or later that are sold, purchased, or registered in Washington state be electric vehicles” and creates an “interagency electric vehicle coordinating council.”
During the bill signing this week, Inslee said that the measure is climate-related and will “move us away from the transportation system our grandparents imagined and towards the transportation system our grandchildren dream of.”
Reports indicate that electric vehicles are cost-prohibitive for many Americans, with an average price for an electric car hovering around $50,000.
According to local media, just 1.3 percent of cars on the road in Washington state are battery-powered.
Jeremy Horpedahl, an economist at the University of Arkansas, said the 2030 target is “overly ambitious.”
“A better approach would be to gradually encourage consumers to switch to electric vehicles and for private enterprise to build the charging infrastructure with incentives,” he told The Center Square, adding that consumers shouldn’t be forced to purchase electric vehicles.
“But whatever the ideal approach is, using economic incentives to encourage” electric vehicles is “far better than a strict mandate that bans fossil-fuel automobiles,” Horpedahl concluded.
Republicans in the state Legislature said they were cut out of negotiations over the transportation package. The bill, they argue, is not realistic.
It comes as no shock that government wants electric cars replacing gas cars, especially with ever-rising gas prices. As usual, government causes a problem, then presents a “solution to the problem” even thought it’s nothing you want to take part in.
“They want to force everybody into an electric vehicle for whatever reason they deem fit,” said Yakima Republican Sen. Curtis King, the ranking member of the Senate Transportation Committee, according to the Yakima Herald. “They want to take the choice away from the people because they think government knows more than anybody else.”
“There’s a lot more to it than just having the cars available,” Rep. Andrew Barkis, another Republican, told the paper. “We’ve got a long way to go for power supply and infrastructure and everything that goes along with it.”
There have also been concerns raised about electric vehicles’ spent lithium-ion batteries. According to the International Energy Agency, a predicted 23 million electric vehicles sold in 2030 could produce 750,000 tonnes of retired batteries by 2040.
It comes as AAA data shows that as of Friday, gas prices across the United States have remained close to historically high levels. The average price of a gallon of regular gas costs about $4.21 per gallon, AAA data shows, while Washington state averages about $4.72 per gallon
Who is causing the rise in gas prices? Government.
Who caused the plannedemic fake virus hoax to control and lock people down? Government.
Who forces you into doing things you don’t want via indirect attacks and pressuring? Government.
Who paid off hospitals to MURDER innocent people, covering it up as “covid deaths?” Government.
Who heads up child trafficking all over the world for years? Government.
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