EV subsidies for the wealthy? “Taycan” pay for it themselves

EV subsidies for the wealthy? “Taycan” pay for it themselves

Porsche recently announced that “owners of the upcoming Porsche Taycan will get three years of free charging at hundreds of Electrify America public stations,” according to Axios. It sounds like a nice gesture, but is actually emblematic of the flaws in providing electric vehicle subsidies, benefits, and goodies—they disproportionately benefit the rich.

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Another EV Fantasy Hits the Road

Another EV Fantasy Hits the Road

Margaret Thatcher once noted, "The trouble with Socialism is that eventually you run out of other people's money."  It seems EV advocates plan to keep pushing until someone yanks their access to taxpayer dollars. Hopefully that will happen before more Americans are left in the dark in order to light wealthy Americans’ EV utopian dream.

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Drive Electric Week Gets Off to a Fiery Start

Drive Electric Week Gets Off to a Fiery Start

Events on the eve of Drive Electric Week scorched the utopian illusion of “a Prius in every garage.”

On Wednesday, Toyota declared a worldwide recall of 1 million hybrid vehicles over the potential fire risk posed by faulty electrical wiring. And given the fire danger already posed by the lithium-ion batteries that power electric vehicles (EVs), which have been known to ignite—and reignite—at incredibly high temperatures, this recall is no joke.

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Electric Vehicle Subsidies Are Unfair Burdens for Working Americans

Electric Vehicle Subsidies Are Unfair Burdens for Working Americans

Working-class Americans are seeing their state and federal tax dollars subsidize the purchase of electric vehicles by their wealthier neighbors; their gas tax dollars covering EV drivers’ highway and HOV lane usage; and now are facing higher utility bills to help make charging more convenient for EV drivers.

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