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View phil59 » 18/09/22, 00:23

For now, it affects me one without moving the other! Expression given by an apple eater before being repeated by looping, and who before?
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well as long as the French State explodes its debt to maintain regulated prices, it will be fine... Huh?

and we expect to laugh a little with the cyclic load shedding to recharge the EVs...
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View phil59 » 18/09/22, 01:16

We are not there yet.

The summer season being over, many will do much less than 100 km a day, and 8 hours of charging in 2 kW will be enough to put back the 100 km.

There, for example, my wife, Friday 25 km, her round trip to work, and 12 km today, 37 km. Last night, we didn't load, and it's loading, programmed load from the low tariff, 23:30 p.m. End of charge expected around 3 a.m., with the long final equalization time....

The 4000 km month during the summer season is over for me, and now it will be more in the 2000 km/month range, or about 2000km*15 kWh/100km, 20*15 = 300 kWh per month, approximately. With 7 hours of charging at a reduced rate, well, it takes about 42 days per month to charge!....

For pay, I'm not asking for a raise .... I'm just asking for 10 days a month, but it's going to be complicated to charge the car ....

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View Christophe » 18/09/22, 01:20

Remundo wrote:it stinks it stinks for the electric kWh... availability and price...

consequently also for EVs



PTDR and thermal cars banned in 2035 by Von Leyer's friends...

I'm going to buy 2 or 3 nags!! : Mrgreen:
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View phil59 » 18/09/22, 01:40

The bidets, it's a job, and farrier every 2 months or so.

The last year there was one (one) at home, straw, easy and cheap.

Hay, more complicated, even being in the countryside .... 2000-2500 m2 of grass, not enough.
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View Remundo » 18/09/22, 08:34

donkeys and mules are more economical, although less powerful than a horse.
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View Macro » 18/09/22, 08:38

Remundo wrote:donkeys and mules are more economical, although less powerful than a horse.


However ... You have to see the demolition work he (they) have done on this forum : Cheesy:
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View A.D. 44 » 18/09/22, 09:11

phil59 wrote:Bidets are hard work...


Oh not that much...a wipe once in a while.
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not the cleaning, it's when you wash your feet, that's what's hard : Arrow: : Mrgreen:
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View gildas » 18/09/22, 10:41

Remundo wrote:donkeys and mules are more economical, although less powerful than a horse.

A "four legged" also has little-known advantages... I know the story of a mare who was able to take children from the farm to the vast meadows to take care of the hay. Even if the children didn't really know the way, the mare was able to take them to the right place...
Even on the way back, the children were lying and tired in the cart looking at the stars without guiding the mare... it was in the 40s...
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