Thought of the Day: Car of the Year Awards

Mark Replies to Nikki’s thoughts from Monday on the alternative ways to pay for charging, and talks about the many different car of the year awards.

Unlike our other shows, Thought of the Day is our chance to muse on one big story in the news each day, using it as a spring board to explore other topics, sometimes even outside of the Transport Evolved universe. Every weekday, Nikki and Mark will take it in turns to explore a story that catches our eye, developing a back and forth conversation between Transport Evolved’s two regular hosts.

As with our Quick Charge series, our Thought of the Day will be recorded very simply on a single smartphone, but then quickly edited together using the jump cut edit style popular with many YouTube vlogs. We think this style complements our other shows and offers us a different way to share our thoughts with you, our readers and viewers.

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  • Interesting thoughts on charging models. nnThinking about the higher cost of DCFC networks. We have similar networks of street lights and traffic lights that are shared public infrastructure. Is it reasonable expectation to have shared public DCFC on some public roadways? Perhaps like public and toll roads we’ll see a mix of options?