It’s all very well there being electric cars on the market, but there still aren’t many on the roads. As part of the ongoing bid to de-congest the roads (and freshen the air) of London, the first free on-street car-recharging terminals in the world have been installed in the Covent Garden area in the hope of enticing city drivers to make the switch.
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Good luck with that – ‘cuz they’re only free in the sense that the driver does not pay when he plugs in. Someone is paying for the infrastructure, the electricity and so on.
I don’t know how the city of Westminster handles that – is it coming from a tax on residents or the government?
But really – if it works for y’all, great!
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