28 Dec '14, 2am

1 Billion Kilometers Served via @gas2

According to Tesla, the result of all this electric driving is an estimated 100 million liters of unburnt fuel, nevermind the hundreds of millions of dollars owners saved by not buying gas. Much of this energy is even free, thanks to the hundreds of Supercharger stations covering large parts of the US , Canada, Europe, and growing sections of China and Australia too. Though still a minor part of overall car sales, electric vehicles are starting to have a quantifiable impact on the environment. Of course driving a Tesla also changes how you look at the rest of the automotive world

Full article: http://gas2.org/2014/12/19/tesla-owners-eclipse-1-billion...

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gas2.org 26 Dec '14, 2pm

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gas2.org 30 Dec '14, 12pm

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gas2.org 29 Dec '14, 12pm

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gas2.org 24 Dec '14, 5pm

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gas2.org 24 Dec '14, 3pm

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gas2.org 23 Dec '14, 11pm

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gas2.org 23 Dec '14, 9pm

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The Oatmeal Rides In The Google Self-Driving Car

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