Who Killed the Electric Car? (2006)
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You'll Become An Expert On: Fuel-Efficient Vehicles
Prioritizing the Hummer over the Prius is one of the worst decisions that the auto industry ever made. Who Killed the Electric Car? examines the hard truth that, despite being in production for years, electric automobiles have not been made widely available to the driving public.
The film's narrative focuses on a 1990 California initiative requiring auto companies to produce electric cars, the program's failure, and its ultimate repeal. While understanding the arguments on both sides might require some further research involving science and math, we're content to watch the film and go out and hate on Hummers rather than do any more additional book learning.
Admittedly, Hummers are very, very easy to hate.