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Old 11-15-2019, 07:58 PM
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Default For European Raptor Owners Who ICE, A Tow Hook And Crane Are Waiting

There seems to be a lot of pushback developing over electric vehicles in Europe. Called ICEing, it relies on full-sized American pickups like the Ford F150 Raptor to park in charging lanes so that EV drivers can't "fill up." Berlin's police department is having none of it and is doing some pushback of its own.

If you own a truck in any major city, you probably have had this type of recurring awful dream. It goes like this: After a long, tough dayís work, you get home and park your truck Ė say a Ford F150 Raptor -- in a space at the front of your house and go inside. Then, after a couple of glasses of wine with dinner, you doze a bit on your living room couch. As you nap, you think you hear a diesel engine idling outside, the type used in small cranes, for example. And, as you run out in your dream, you see a crane busily picking something up; itís your truck. And you wake up with a jolt, remembering that itís only a dream, probably brought on by your tough day and the vino.

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