I think you'll find on Page 17, paragraph 3, line 19, of our arbitration settlement, we're not allowed to express agreement on any technical points or issues in public. (VBG)
" ( there are ways to protect the alternator
) " And, while protection is good, I'm told that there are in fact alternator
designs by quirky little companies like Delco, that have that protection actually built into the alternator! So when some shadetree thief unplugs it and tries to say "See mister? Your alternator ain't putting out!" it will in fact spit in his face and continue to work afterwards.(G)
Not common, but they do exist. Unsafe, of course, to presume one has one, without checking first.
But I hear that Amazon and Tesla have cut a deal, they'll deliver and swap out fully charged battery
banks, by drone, up to 500 miles from any major port. And if you subscribe with a credit card, you'll get automatic notification and email
messaging to let you know whenever a swap has been scheduled for you!
To think, folks used to CHARGE their own batteries? What, is that like washing
and re-using dirty dishes and what did they call it, laundry