Meh. It’ll pass.
Well neither have I, and I’m not a clairvoyant!
Just wait until Elon Musk makes Teslas Neuralink-compatible. Then all you’ll have to do is think about where you want to go and the car will take you there (if it doesn’t burst into flames on the way there).
I’ll bet if SHE was the one shoveling the snow, they would already have a snow blower.
It’s worse than that. A few weeks ago my wife and I were talking about unscented dishwasher detergents. I researched them on my laptop, then ordered a particular brand from my Amazon account. A few hours later SHE got an ad for the same brand on her Facebook timeline on her iPad. I don’t have a Facebook account. There any known direct connection between my Amazon account and her FB account. There was an Amazon Echo in the room where we were talking about it. I have a feeling Alexa is the neighborhood gossip.
Owning an EV involves a lot of compromises (some minor, some pretty major) that I don’t think Princess Zoe would want to make. And she’s not “gifted.” She’s simply parroting something she’s been told.
Actually, I speak from experience since I own an EV. It’s perfect for most every trip I run in the metro area, but there’s no way I’d take off in it for an interstate trip.
An EV isn’t a good choice as an only family vehicle, unless you plan to use it only within the urban area. It won’t work well for family vacations or other road trips where you’ll have to stop and recharge. Also, EVs tend to be smaller than a minivan and probably couldn’t easily accommodate the car seats they’d need for their brood. A PHEV or hybrid minivan or SUV would better suit their situation than an EV.
Hey! She said “Brad” instead of “Bwad!”
Must be Vlad from Hotel Transylvania 2