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|03-26-2013 07:52 PM|
|03-26-2013 04:44 PM|
front headroom (inches): 38.8, rear headroom (inches): 37.2,
front leg room (inches): 41.7, rear leg room (inches): 36.3,
front shoulder room (inches): 54.8, rear shoulder room (inches): 54.7
interior volume (cu ft): 92.1
Headroom (Front/Rear) 38.6/37.6 in.
Legroom (Front/Rear) 42.5/36.0 in.
Shoulder Room (Front/Rear) 54.9/53.1 in.
EPA Passenger Volume 93.7 cu. ft.
|03-26-2013 01:27 PM|
My last and current car get 27-28 MPG combined. I'll never buy a car that gets less than that (outside of a minivan or SUV that I need for a family), although If I can afford it in a few years, the Tesla Model S might fit the bill, with seating for 7 (thanks to the rear jump seats)
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|03-26-2013 12:16 PM|
Pounds, with Prius and Prius Plug-in at 3,000 and 3,150 respectively. Meanwhile, a loaded semi bounces up and down on highways and bridges tipping the scales at up to 80,000 pounds.
|03-26-2013 11:28 AM|
they did. only three Democrats voted against it.
|03-26-2013 11:19 AM|
Weight*distance is what we really want to tax to fund road maintenance (pay to use type tax). Since most people aren't down with government GPS attached to their cars, we go with other methods such as the gas tax, which does a decent job as a weight*distance surrogate that is purchased near where the tax is expended. Certain specific vehicles, hybrids, contribute far more weight*distance wear than they pay in gas tax. Electric vehicles are even worse in that they pay nothing in weight*distance at the gas pump.
Annual odometer reads are a decent solution to the problem. When you renew tabs you have to have your odometer read. Then you pay a tax based on curb weight or gross vehicle weight * distance. This only breaks down for those that are towing things. You would probably have to require trailers to be licensed and have odometers as well.
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|03-26-2013 11:03 AM|
Once upon a time, Americans had goals such as energy independence and clean air. I bet my last dollar that you're right as rain with government support of nuclear power, which, by the way, can power EV's very efficiently. Government should incentivize these cars, not tax them.
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