The service insists it’s the cheapest alternative. But its analysis is based on assumptions that critics and even other government agencies say are unrealistic, such as gasoline at $2.19 a gallon and charging stations that cost roughly $20,000 per facility. And those assumptions will form the bullseye of expected legal challenges that could stop Oshkosh’s assembly lines before they even start.
It really is time to get rid of DeJoy who’s bent on destroying the Post Office, and now, the planet.
Source: Sticking With Gas-Guzzlers Over EVs Could Delay Postal Upgrade – Bloomberg