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Living on Social Security, how long would it take for someone to be able to buy one?
How much fossil fuel does it take to generate the electric charge?
Men or women working for stagnant wages, how long for them to be able to afford such a vehicle?
Wage workers, some retired folk simply have no hope of ever getting into ownership of electric cars.
Yeah, I will never be able to afford one. That's my wife's beef with science. Out of all of these great things being invented, not many are affordable by poor people. RBE would fix that.
I vaguely remember some SF story where people (human and not) inhabited much of the galaxy, and Earth was one of the very few civilizations that had not yet evolved beyond a money economy.