Published on March 25th, 2014 | by Zachary Shahan


No Gas Fumes, & Even Toddlers Can Do It

March 25th, 2014 by  

I know some people somehow find pleasure in it, but the smell of gas fumes at the gas station is one of my least favorite things. Purely disgusting, imho… and I know the fumes aren’t good for me. I look forward to the day when there aren’t gas or diesel fumes anywhere, and I know many of you also do.

This tweet below from @NissanLeaf presents look at where we’ve come already. Even toddlers (with a little support) can recharge electric cars, and there’s no concern of getting drops of gasoline anywhere or breathing in some harmful fumes.

Thanks, Nissan! Thanks, Denet B.

My tangent above also reminds me of this great video:

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