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  • Link to article here.

    Family learns unforgettable lesson when electric vehicle battery suddenly dies, replacement costs more than the car

    By Chris Enloe
    The Blaze
    July 18, 2022

    Climate change advocates push electric vehicles, arguing they help save the planet and save consumers money over time.

    But one Florida family just learned that is not always true.

    What happened?

    Avery Siwinski, a 17-year-old from St. Petersburg, loved her electric Ford Focus. Her parents spent $11,000 on the used vehicle, a 2014 with 60,000 miles on the odometer. Siwinski described her wheels as "small and quiet and cute."

    Then one day, just six months after her parents purchased the vehicle, it suddenly stopped working.

    "In March, it started giving an alert," Siwinski told WTSP-TV. "And then we took it to the shop and it stopped running."

  • Why does the push for EVs matter to you? Because EVs are putting undue strain on every taxpayer, our power grid, and the affordability and availablity of energy, which ultimately hurts the poor and middle the most. 

    The Texas Public Policy Foundation (TPPF) published a report that makes the case that the push for EVs harms poeple and makes taxpayers subsidize vehicles for the wealthy.