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    1. 100% Electric Vehicles (EV's) are superior over other vehicles in all aspects including performance, comfort, energy efficiency, environmental benefits, cost, maintenance requirements, and safety.

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      Are there any advantages of Internal Combustion Engine (ICE) vehicles over EV’s? No. Performance wise, even high performing ICE vehicles have hard time competing with acceleration and instant torque characteristics of EV’s. For example: most popular 100% EV, Nisan Leaf, gets 0-60 mph in 7 seconds - faster then 2013 BMW 320i xDrive M-Sport, 2015 Audi A3 Cabriolet 1.8T,  2011 Jaguar XF Sedan, or 2014 Mercedes S300 BlueTec. Also, with the weight of the batteries down low in the chassis, EV handling is remarkable. Most EV's are very comfortable, contrary to the depicted impression that they are "small" and "boxy" e.g. Volkswagen E-Golf, Nissan Leaf, Mercedes B-Class Electric Drive SUV, KIA Soul SUV, Ford Focus Electric, BMW i3 ... but probably most significant comfort is quietness inside of the vehicle. Almost unreal for any ICE driver.

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    2. EV's are healthier to use and to manufacture.

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    3. Batteries for EV's are reliable, cost effective and safe.

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    4. Electrical power grid will not restrain EV charging stations expansion.

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    5. EV's do not have carbon footprint. The electrical power grid does.

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    6. EV's should be classified and treated as a new transportation revolution.

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    7. Any technology using liquids to propel vehicles prolongs internal combustion engine technology and preserves the current "buy the liquid at the pump" concept.

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    8. Promotion and investment in related EV technologies, patents, research, and charging networks is necessary for the successful transition to overall electric vehicle transportation.

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    9. Education about EV technology should be available in primary and secondary schools to provide children with better understanding of its importance and value to society.

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    10. Information, advice and guidance to young people on potential career options in the field of EV's must be available and maintained.

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