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Old 01-14-2013, 16:32   #1 (permalink)
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Electric car for under £13,000

Looks more like a golf cart ,

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Re: Electric car for under £13,000

We have a butt ton of those stupid things over here, but they're gas powered. The only good thing about them is that I saw one turn around in an alley that was less than the length that my van is long... like a golf cart or a riding lawn mower could.
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After I posted that, I thought occurred, does it come with a blade deck option? That's be a comfortable way to mow the grass. Maybe I'll call Smart Car and see if they'll consider it.
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Seen one parked nose on to the kerb in a space between two cars that no other car would fit in normally , outside the hospital last week .Not the first time I've seen them parked that way .Suppose cant grudge them that as they must feel like idiots all day driving about in them .
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Yeah, when you drive a full sized service van all day, you do get a little envious of their ease of parking.
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