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June 10, 2010


Adam Rahimi

Who would have thought the batteries required rare earth metals! Very different from our normal everyday cars...

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Norah Chandler

I didn't realize that electric motors needed rare earth metals. Has anyone found a synthetic alternative or a more common metal that can be used for the same things? Where do the rare earth metals that are used in the motors come from?

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A public recharging infrastructure is also developing rapidly in urban areas, which are being targeted as prime regions for electric vehicle adoption. The main obstacle to rapid market growth is high cost.

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Pollution is a serious issue! Good thing electric cars were invented! These can save people from spending too much on maintenance and gas. Plus, they help decrease bad health cases usually caused by pollution! Many people are actually expecting these cars on the market.

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That is indeed interesting. They are totally different from normal cars.

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