Why has nobody ever thought of a removable electric car battery? You know how with a camping gas cylinder, you take it to be refilled, but they don't refill it while you wait, you simply get a full one in exchange? Why not do the same with the car batteries? A "petrol station" could have a big rack of batteries charging at whatever rate, and you simply pay, take a full one, and slot in your empty one.
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I didn't search first because I'd never hear of it. Never mentioned on Top gear etc etc, so I assumed it wasn't available.
And see my other post, it hasn't been rejected by Tesla, the company doing electric cars properly.
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I heard of that a while ago, but not since. Are they still considering them?
And what do you mean "packaging issues", can you rewrite that in English? You sound like someone from Human Resources using vague meaningless terms.
Obvious, innit. If you swap the battery you have to arrange for it to
be swappable. Which means it has to be packaged robustly so any dimbo
can hoick it around the charging station without it getting damaged.
And the car then needs a big hole and slidey thing to get the battery
into and out of easily.
Much easier just to have a drain tap and filler tap to remove old and
add new electrolyte.
Where were you when the brains were being handed out?
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