There is a war on cars, not just in Scotland, but in America, too. Regulators want people out of their private cars and onto trains, buses and bicycles. Why? Regulators say it’s to reduce emissions in the fight against climate change. But it’s really because of what cars represent—freedom.
Appearing on PragerU, auto expert Lauren Fix says their solution to produce more electric cars is a lose-lose for consumers and the environment. She says consumers lose because a recent study revealed that electric cars cost considerably more to operate over their lifetime than gasoline-powered cars. The environment loses because electric cars produce three times the toxic pollution than gas-powered ones. Here’s more.