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"Reality is forcing Biden to roll back his electric vehicle mandate"

Good. Postpone it at least another several decades:

The rule as currently proposed would force an EV market share of 67 percent for new cars and light-duty trucks by 2032, up from 7.6 percent in 2023. The administration is now reportedly planning to slow the rate at which the EV market share would increase through 2030, but with an accelerated pace thereafter.

Related: "Just How Bad are EVs?"


I am very skeptical of electrical vehicles. I hope the federal government stops encouraging their use. Here are some recent articles supporting my view.

"We Need to Talk About That 'Inevitable' Switch to Electric Vehicles".

Inevitability, you see, is when government spends money we don't have and passes laws that won't work to bribe or force people into buying cars they don't want. 

"Teslas crash more than gas-powered cars. Here’s why".

"Tesla EVs, Even Mildly Damaged, Are Being Written Off by Insurance Companies".

"Crash tests indicate nation's guardrail system can't handle heavy electric vehicles".

"Do you live in an electric vehicle 'charging desert'? An EV is out of reach for many Americans".

"Chicago-area Tesla charging stations lined with dead cars in freezing cold".

"Are EVs Actually Cheaper to Own? Maybe Not".

"Hertz is selling 20,000 electric vehicles to buy gasoline cars instead".

"Solid-State Batteries Could Face 'Production Hell'".

"The Cybertruck Is the Dumbest Thing I’ve Ever Seen".

And finally, "Tesla Is Changing How Men Are Jerks Behind the Wheel".