Eric Bolling Test Drives the Government Motors Volt
This is hilarious, if predictable:
I did a little math. It’s about 800 hundred miles to the cabin I rent for two weeks every summer in New Hampshire. If I need 12 hours charging time to go 25 miles, it would only take me 16 days to get there, give or take. That’s assuming, of course, that I can find a handy outlet in which to plug the thing in for 12 hours every time I go 25 miles. If I make it 25 miles that is. Given Bolling’s experience, that sounds a little sketchy. Then I’d have to hope that the thing doesn’t catch on fire which, I suspect, wouldn’t be good for my luggage. Or me. I suppose I’d also have to factor in the cost of 16 nights food and lodging for four people. What a deal! Who needs that Keystone Pipeline?
And for those who want another option, there’s always the the 2012 Pelosi GTxi SS/RT Sport Edition: