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Jeh last won the day on May 23

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About Jeh

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    LR, Camping and Adventure Sports
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    Land Rover Range Rover
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  1. Lol!! Don't say that.... Its a beautiful and spacious car. and the latest model has been designed very well. I have always noticed the spaciousness of a Camry compared to other sedans in the same range.. It's a very comfortable car.
  2. Jeh

    Which is the best UAE car insurance

    It doesnt matter whether which category insurance you purchased. Its overall choice which you prefer... I am sure there are many ppl who use 3rd party.. hence every vote counts
  3. Hi Guys, Need feedback on the car insurance which you guys prefer and why? What was the usual benefits that some car insurances don't have. Also please share the negative experiences. Kindly let me know if i missed any insurance company.
  4. Ok, guys, I think this discussion has gone from understanding the sustainability factor to an argument over which is better IC or EV. That was never my point. The point was about people should generally know the environmental benefits of opting for an EV over a IC car (if they can afford one i.e.) There are challenges and limitations obviously in going full-on EV. But at the moment if we start small scale like adopting public transport systems using alternative fuels and sources of energy it'll be really helpful for everyone and have a positive impact on the environment. Electric cars being sold today can draw two to five times more power when they’re charging than electric cars that came on the market just a couple of years ago. But the impact of charging one depends on where it is on the grid and how it is charged. They don’t pose a problem if they’re charged slowly at conventional 110 volt outlets. And public fast-charging stations don’t impact the grid much because they are part of commercial grids that have transformers and other equipment sized to accommodate large loads. Both PG&E and Southern California Edison are also working to avoid grid problems by offering special rate plans for EV owners. These give customers discounts for charging at night, during off-peak hours. Electric cars can typically be programmed to charge at certain times, rather than just charging as soon as they’re plugged in. If car owners set their cars to be completely charged by a certain time, say 6 a.m., this has the effect of staggering when cars start charging. The start time depends on how depleted the battery is—to finish at 6 a.m. might require starting at 2 a.m. or 4 a.m., depending on how much charging is needed. So instead of a surge of power demand when people get home from work, the charging is spread out through the night. It’s technically possible for utilities to communicate with cars to have them start charging when there’s excess power being produced, and stop when there’s a peak in demand. That way, utilities could use electric cars to help stabilize the grid, and avoid the need to use inefficient “peaker” power plants. Utilities could pay electric car owners to let them do this.
  5. 1903: “The horse is here to stay but the automobile is only a novelty – a fad.” — President of the Michigan Savings Bank advising Henry Ford’s lawyer, Horace Rackham, not to invest in the Ford Motor Company. 2006: "Everyone's always asking me when Apple will come out with a cell phone. My answer is, 'Probably never.'" — David Pogue, The New York Times. 2007: “There’s no chance that the iPhone is going to get any significant market share.” — Steve Ballmer, Microsoft CEO. Everything that showed an advanced technology and was far beyond its current era in terms of usability and adaptability was always welcomed with skepticism. Thanks!! your statement proves we are going in right direction. :)
  6. Lol.. guilty as charged! That my friend is due to certain unfortunate circumstances... financial and personal as well..But definitely if given a choice i wouldn't mind changing my V8 into a tesla loaded beast... Yes i agree as well, but that's the point until and unless we dont come up with that tech shouldn't we at least try with other alternatives? as the saying goes.. Rome wasn't built in a day.. EV may not be or should not be (acc to you) the future but at least for now it can be a safer alternative or a mean to spread the message of saving energy and being mindful about the environment. When the E-cigarette was introduced everyone was skeptical about the batteries exploding .. imagine what will happen when you tell someone, here is your car it runs on nuclear energy. ........
  7. Politicians and govts are always going to build bridges over imaginary rivers... that's never gonna change. The point is as an individual what would you choose... I hear your argument about accommodating the costs etc of battery packs and the energy required to run charging stations. However, consuming fuel at power plants to recharge electric cars is a more efficient process than burning it in a gasoline car engine. We basically have to choose the lesser evil option here even if both of them are harmful.
  8. Jeh

    The movie club

    Smuggle your own food and water in a backpack or your GF's handbag..No need to buy expensive food at the cinemas It works for me.. 😎
  9. This sounds so funny.. I cant believe i am seeing this statement in 2018.. maybe in 1995 it made sense. The biggest point everyone in this thread is missing is EV is not a option anymore.. but it is something that should be strictly imposed and adapted all over the world. Has anyone of you ever considered the consequences of petrol cars? Please, please please educate yourselves on the extensive harmful effects that the oil and gas industry has had on planet earth over the past 20 years, and then make a statement. Does the word global warming or sustainability ring any bell? Look at the 59s and 60s even big manufacturers were experimenting with all sorts of things, like jet powered planes and even nuclear powered planes. The day the tech to use these resources will be made easy and inexpensive itll be used to power spaceships and interplanetary travel.. not cars alone. And yes it is all there in the making.. This week, Ford announced plans to introduce 24 electric or hybrid cars by 2022 (it also shared vague plans for a model called the Mach 1, which might be some sort of high performance SUV, to make that transition from your gas guzzler a little easier.) GM is already all-in on an electric future, along with Jaguar Land Rover, Volvo, and Aston Martin.
  10. LOL i know what you mean..everyon who owns a RR is a victim of the relay nightmares...
  11. I think going all EV is the best possible way to revive a classic... any classic for that matter. I wont be surprised if that will be a trend in few years time.
  12. Electric Range Rover | Fully Charged