Tuesday, November 5, 2013

It's not just batteries that have changed, but also chargers.
Check out this early GE unit.

Monday, November 4, 2013

The 1914 Detroit Electric featured 68 batteries and had a range between 50 and 85 miles.  Cost new, $2,500.

Sunday, November 3, 2013

This pump was built on September 22, 1930.  By the late 1920s, electric meter-type pumps were rapidly replacing the visible-register models.  Loosely known as clock-face pumps.  Remember, you don't need no stinkin gas.  EV4U can show you how to stop using gas.  www.EV4Unow.com

Saturday, November 2, 2013

This is an example of a visible pump that was built in 1924.  These pumps first appeared around 1915.  Gasoline was pumped from underground tanks into a visible glass cylinder above the pump.  The operator watched the level of gas in the cylinder and stopped the flow when the gas reached the desired amount.
You don't need no stinkin gas.  EV4U can help.