- What do you think about EV?
- Why do we have to recycle things?
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- insurance /in-SHOOR-uhns/
- claim /kleym/
- accessible /ak-SES-uh-buhl/
- purchase /PUR-chuhs/
[preposition] – in or to a lower position than someone or something, under someone or something
A cat was beneath the table.
[adjective] – relating to an agreement in which you pay a company money and they pay your costs if you have an accident, injury, etc.
When my car was stolen, I filed an insurance claim and received a reimbursement of $150.
[verb] – to say that something is true or is a fact, although you cannot prove it and other people might not believe it
The firm claims that it is not responsible for the pollution of the river.
[adjective] – able to be reached or easily gotten
The issue with some of these medications is that they are very accessible.
[noun] – the act of buying something
Ticket purchase should be at least two weeks ahead of time.
The firm, which is based beneath a railway viaduct in Vauxhall, replaces combustion engines in vintage cars with electric motors and batteries that would otherwise be scrapped. These parts are typically removed from electric vehicles with working motors and batteries that have been written off by insurance companies, such as Teslas and Nissan Leafs. The organization currently charges around £20,000 for each conversion, which is not cheap. However, the company claims that it plans to lower the price to £5,000 to make it more accessible to a wider market.
While the UK government now offers a £2,500 subsidy for the purchase of a new electric vehicle, Mr. Quitter feels that conversion incentives should also be considered. “Wasting millions of old petrol and diesel cars on our roads is absurd, and the governments’ EV discounts encourage scrappage,” he claims.
- What does EV stand for?
- Who is Matthew Quitter?
- What did Quitter do to save old gas guzzlers from the scrap heap?
- How much does London Electric Cars charge for each conversion?
- How much does the government of the UK offer as a subsidy for the purchase of a new electric vehicle?
- Have you already ridden a vintage car? Please tell me about it.
- How long does it take to charge an EV? Do you think it is costly?
- If you had the money, would you like to have a classic car? Why?
- Do you agree with the idea that conversion incentives should also be considered by the government of the UK?
- What can you say about Matthew Quitter? Please explain your answer further.