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06-12-2009, 10:42 AM #1
- Join Date
- Oct 2006
PLUG IN HYBRIDS AND FUEL IN GAS TANK
1. I am considering becoming an "early adopter" of a plug in hybrid/electric vehicle sometime in 2012.
2. Assuming a range of 35 miles on electric power only, it would appear there will be a need for the gasoline motor to "crank up" and recharge the battery on a periodic basis. Granted, an electric charge would be done on a regular basis.
3. My question is simply this-- the fuel in the fuel tank could sit there for an extended period of time, perhaps months. How would I know that the gasoine in the fuel tank is still "good" or has gone "bad"?? A direct reply to my e-mail account at [email protected] is appreciated, or a post to this forum. Bill Thompson.