Impressed £67.5 billion... nope... 117.4 billion, and rising.

Raven

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'fast charge'

It will still charge left out on your drive (if you have on, and a charging port) slowly over night. Like the old storage heaters.

As for HGVs, they aren't on the road 24/7 they will charge from hubs most likely, hubs that charge their own batteries 24/7 depending on the grid.

You're a fucking tool.
 
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Some kind of hub.

Well that clears that up, was worried there
 

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The problem with trucks is more to do with the amount batteries weigh, in essence the amount required on some trucks would result in a unacceptable decrease in load capacity.
 

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Well, we also need to stop needing so much shit. Source food locally, repair and reuse equipment and consume less plastic tat.

...and travel less, both internationally and domestically.
 

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The problem with trucks is more to do with the amount batteries weigh, in essence the amount required on some trucks would result in a unacceptable decrease in load capacity.
When they self drive you can do away with the cab and just fill it full of whatever magic tech comes along next :)
 

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When they self drive you can do away with the cab and just fill it full of whatever magic tech comes along next :)
The cab, the space the person sits in isn't much in terms of weight compared to the lorry and I won't expect driverless lorries any time soon :)
 

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