I recently got an opportunity to try out an electric car for one month to see if it would fit with our driving needs. In this third and final post, I look into the economy of acquiring and driving an electric car compared with a combustion engine car.
I recently got an opportunity to try out an electric car for one month to see if it would fit with our driving needs. In a previous post I formulated three questions to investigate. In this post I conclude the answer to the second question: Can we charge without too much fuzz?
When I bought our current car in 2015 I promised myself that our next car will be an electric car. So far that has been an excuse to not invest in a new car. However, recently I had a chance to revisit the question.
Over the holidays, I listened to Why We Sleep: Unlocking the Power of Sleep and Dreams by Mathew Walker as an audio book while driving. If it wasn't because what Mr. Walker sells is free (sleep), he would classify as a snake oil salesman. There is almost no limit to what natural sleep can do … Continue reading Why we sleep and alarm clock experiments