Interesting article on the successful adoption of electric cars in China - in the smaller cities. Also on battery lease schemes and hire by the journey electric vehicles.
The idea came to mind, would you be getting a quality battery every time. Does a battery driven by a lead foot behave the same over time as one driven by a slower, more cautious driver.
That so much makes me think of Mote Prime with the Browns avoiding pedestrians like thatWhen I visited China a number of years ago I found crossing the street a challenge. Partly due to volume, (you eventually learn to kinda zen walk at a steady and predictable pace and depend on nobody hitting you)
A 'smart' battery can detect user caused degradation and charges can be made accordingly.
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