Webinar: Reduce Your Carbon Footprint AND Save Time and Money: Electric Vehicles

Webinar: Reduce Your Carbon Footprint AND Save Time and Money: Electric Vehicles

We'll start out with the urgency of the biggest issue facing the world, but then move along to one practical solution that rewards you for taking positive steps- Electric Vehicles in this session.
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COVID-19: Learn about our most up-to-date guidance for participants and leaders on our COVID-19 Response page. All participants and leaders must agree to the COVID-19 Code of Conduct before participating in this Mountaineers event.
Zoom link & password will be sent to the RSVP list, so you must register. If after the registration cut-off date then email me to get the link. If you are not a Mountaineer member, then sign up as a guest member.
Note: for those not familiar with Zoom, please join no later than 6:45 pm for a brief tutorial. 
- voice quality is best when using headset connected to computer. Next best is laptop built- in microphone. Adequate is to dial-in for audio. 
- a webcam, either built-in to laptop or USB, is optional but does allow others to see your face
Get to your adventure in an Electric Vehicle: Besides being the most fun you can have with your clothes still on (think instant acceleration and great cornering), EV's have significantly lower fuel costs. Your vehicular carbon footprint will be 1/3 to 1/2 that of a gasoline-powered "earthwarmer" over the life of the car- and even less as we move more toward renewable power generation. With 1/100th of the moving parts, the EV has lower maintenance costs and enjoys far fewer, and less expensive, dealer visits. Some EV’s have a projected life of 1 million miles! We provide insights on what cars have what range, financing to dampen the higher purchase expense, how to charge in 10 seconds at home, and how to refuel when on a long trip. Camp in that EV and enjoy climate control all night long and a full tank in the morning. Learn why “range anxiety” is a thing of the past, about charging times and convenience, carbon footprint of battery production & disposal, and safety will also be discussed. Learn how EV’s, while not having yet reached purchase price parity with earthwarmers, have achieved or exceeded cost parity and why the days of new Earthwarmer purchase are past.