Justa thought.....

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Sloppysod
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Justa thought.....

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A dual carriageway near me has a 50mph, average speed limit and is labeled as a "Low Emission Zone".... so if I drive a full EV, can I go faster without fear of prosecution, as I will have no tail pipe or noise emissions!! :rofl2: #-o .

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Yes you can, providing you install your invisibility cloak first and make sure you don't leave any tyre marks on the road!! :rofl2:

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Sloppysod wrote:
23 Dec 2019, 23:23
A dual carriageway near me has a 50mph, average speed limit and is labeled as a "Low Emission Zone".... so if I drive a full EV, can I go faster without fear of prosecution, as I will have no tail pipe or noise emissions!! :rofl2: #-o .
If the official green numberplates for ev's get through the various government hoops who knows what purpose their recognition by big brother surveying our highways may be used for.

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I am finding that since entering the world of ev ownership, my driving priority isn't getting from A to B as quickly as possible but getting from A to B preserving levels of battery charge by driving as efficiently as possible.

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Never Seen any of these - will have to start looking, now there's a good game I can play on my next trip...............

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Sloppysod wrote:
24 Dec 2019, 00:18
Never Seen any of these - will have to start looking, now there's a good game I can play on my next trip...............
Not quite there yet, out to consultation but many other countries do have an obvious marker for EV's

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The Norwegian license plates of all-electric vehicles have a prefix "EL", "EK", "EV" or "EB" to enforce the privileges zero emission vehicles are entitled to.

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NewcastleFalcon wrote:
24 Dec 2019, 00:00
I am finding that since entering the world of ev ownership, my driving priority isn't getting from A to B as quickly as possible but getting from A to B preserving levels of battery charge by driving as efficiently as possible.
That's a good maxim for driving an internal combustion engine vehicle as well. It's certainly one I try to follow.