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j_tso Dork
5/10/23 9:22 a.m.

Of course this only applies to states that have them, but I think some people would pay a little extra for a mobile state inspector instead of having to drive to a garage and wait.

I imagine the emissions equipment would be the biggest upfront cost.

car39 Dork
5/10/23 11:26 a.m.

Building an electric vehicle of any stripe is very expensive, unless you came up with a method of building a Lowcost 7 using a wrecked Leaf or something similar that would be a cheap and attractive electro-track toy.

Tow companies, like semi companies, are full of meth and will do anything to keep workers on. Unless you're in a position to take advantage of a bad scenario (i.e. you know many and they nearly unionized over a bad workplace while a contract is up or something) I'd say no.

Don't forget the whole "24 hours / 7 days a week" thing, too.

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