Clearly the era of EV geeks is passing quickly.cwerdna wrote: ↑Wed Nov 18, 2020 2:46 pmAnother prob I've seen quite a bit on FB Leaf groups is people posting a problem like being "unable" to charge yet they post almost no info like the symptoms or anything useful to help us diagnose (e.g. beeps, lights on the car or their EVSE, what they've done to confirm it's not charging, whether they tried another EVSE, etc.)
And, in one case, when asked a bunch of questions, they respond but provide little or nothing in the way of useful answers.
So begins the era of EV Idiots.Clearly the era of EV geeks is passing quickly.
I see it more as a continuation of ICE idiots.
Not so sure we'll be riding Johnny Cab anytime soon. Not only is the last 1% of the problem fiendishly difficult, there will still be accidents. And who is liable when an algorithm is driving?GaleHawkins wrote: ↑Thu Nov 19, 2020 3:10 amI see it more as a continuation of ICE idiots.
For years I have asked guys the size of their engines or speeds of automatic transmission only to get a blank stare.
The few posting here are not the norm.
With car ownership about to drop like a rock as the robo taxi technology moves to the real world many guys being born today will have no reason to ever own a car must less learn to drive one.