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In this blog: I do foretaste many new social contacts "produced" by EVs.

The "What's your next car – hydrogen or pure electric?" blog also produced something and it was lots of comments (OK, in the Bulgarian version ^_^). I've learned a lot about the Bulgarian energy mix from this discussion, but another lovely idea popped up. I haven't really thought very much about this so far – the opportunityt to charge your electric vehicle at friends' place...

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In this blog: Being stimulated to get yourself electric car is great as long as it does not stimulate traffic.

And there's such an issue already. Growing EV numbers in Norway, where EV driving in the bus lane is permitted, already causing traffic jams there. It is very likely that there's also lots of rumble. As, far not everyone is driving an electric car yet...

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In this blog: What's common between one million electric kilometers, the Concil of the EU and a roadtrip from Austria to Bulgaria and back with a Tesla.

The desire to make the transition to electric cars and clean energy that comes from citizens and not from politicians...

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In this blog: To part a hybrid out and sell the parts for pennies can hardly be a car stripper's dream.

Yesterday I watched "Strippers: Cars for cash" episode on NatGeo TV. Both teams' cars caught my attention. Ben and Franky's one as it was like the one that Mr. Bean always helped turn over, and Sheldon and George's, because it was a hybrid. Which turned out being not one of Sheldon's favourite cars...

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In this blog: LEAF Gen 2 sales started Oct. 1 in Japan and Nissan already reports 14,000 sales.

This is combined for October in Japan and Europe and is more than the previously reported 9,000 orders. Nissan also released information about the holdback that prevented delivery and registration of hundreds of cars that were counted as fully bought and paid for...

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