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04/25/2010

Electric Cars

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  I was wondering why electric cars need recharging stations when cars can recharge while in motion. For example, while lithium-ion batteries give power to front wheels to pull the car, the rear wheels should move to recharge the second set of batteries. Can we make a continuous charge of one battery and discharge other? Also, if the car runs on battery, can we use wind to charge the second set of batteries or even solar panel installed on top of the roof to help recharging the second set of batteries. In my vision, electric car batteries would never need recharging as they can recharge themselves.
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