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  1. National Plug In Day Philadelphia Calling all Volt owners and others

    Voltec Owner Get-Togethers and Events
    http://www.pluginday.org/event.php?eventid=28 To register (not required but recommended if you are gonna bring an EV, PHEV or REV) National Plug In Day - Fast, Furious, and Environmentally Friendly EVs at the Franklin Event: National Plug in Day Fast, Furious, and Environmentally Friendly...
  2. Fight al Qaeda, drive a Volt

    Generation 1 Volt (2011-2015)
    How to fight terrorism with Volt? Drive with less gas, thus dry terrorists' banks. At least CNN and former CIA and CNN think so: http://www.cnn.com/2011/POLITICS/05/06/al.qaeda.energy/index.html :cool:
  3. How are the events in Egypt shaping your view of the Volt?

    Politics, Finance, and Environment
    Okay, yes, I know I posted "Deciding Not to Buy a Volt - for Now" a while back, expressing my undying love for that gas-guzzling Japanese hot hatch, the Subaru WRX. I still think it would be a fun car to own & drive. But the unfolding situation in the Middle East has made me re-think my choices...
  4. National security hawk here

    Politics, Finance, and Environment
    Hi, newcomer here. My motivation is different from many other Volt enthusiasts, who focus on greenhouse gas or conventional pollution. I view the Volt's environmental effect as good and praiseworthy, but my primary focus is on de-funding our terrorist enemies by ending oil's monopoly status...
  5. Will the Volt appeal to the same/different demographic than the Prius, Leaf?

    Politics, Finance, and Environment
    Just curious as to your guys' thoughts on this. Certainly I think the Volt may pick up a few former Prius owners, but I think it may also appeal to those who have never owned a Prius, nor would ever consider one (like myself.) I think a certain level of economic patriotism may figure into it, as...
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