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klutchdust

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Posted: 06/24/22 11:31am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Bordercollie wrote:

I'm wondering if the Democrats stay in control, pushing electric vehicles and mass transportation, will gas prices continue to climb. It seems possible that Democrats will eventually try to curtail or even prohibit use of internal combustion engines. I'm also wondering if Republicans regain control, will gas prices come down (a lot). At $6 per gallon it costs $330 to fill a 55 gallon tank. Discounting well-healed die-hards, will gas prices eventually kill affordable RV'ing including RV camp business and RV supply and maintenance infrastructure? Being RV'ers since the 60's, I'm hoping that the fuel "crisis" goes away for everyone's sake not just for RV'ers.


Not a lot of thought went into the latest ideas to cut domestic oil. US was independent not long ago.
Ca. does not generate enough energy to provide the residents to even keep their air conditioners on. Yet wind farms in Palm desert sit idle on a breezy day because of politics.

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I remember working through the 1974/1975 gasoline crises when gas climbed to $1.00. It seems that it remained at those prices and then some. Who knows how this is going to play out. It seems like there is some other force managing the puppeteer.

Klutch , i wish you a speedy recovery. The follow up PT is the not the so pleasant part. You’ll get thru it .

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bobndot wrote:

I remember working through the 1974/1975 gasoline crises when gas climbed to $1.00. It seems that it remained at those prices and then some. Who knows how this is going to play out. It seems like there is some other force managing the puppeteer.

Klutch , i wish you a speedy recovery. The follow up PT is the not the so pleasant part. You’ll get thru it .



Thanks for the kind words.

* This post was edited 06/25/22 10:26am by klutchdust *

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Posted: 06/25/22 03:40am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Please stay on topic.


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