Chevy Volt – Building A Better Tomorrow

“I’ve found that the fire actually helps me get to my destination faster.”

He’s spent $38 in gas – in two months! See how, and see what Bob thinks of his new Volt, his fire insurance, and what it’s like to stay home most of the time! For more information, go to

96 Responses to Chevy Volt – Building A Better Tomorrow

  1. Joe March 26, 2012 at 10:51 pm #

    I know you and you will learn. Hopefully not until it’s too late.

  2. Rob N. Hood March 27, 2012 at 7:07 am #

    Too late I guess…

  3. Rob N. Hood April 5, 2012 at 7:40 am #

    General Motors has pulled support from the Heartland Institute, a Chicago-based nonprofit well-known for attacking the science behind global warming and climate change.

    The automaker told the Heartland Institute last week that it won’t be making further donations, spokesman Greg Martin said. At a speech earlier this month, GM CEO Dan Akerson said his company is running its business under the assumption that climate change is real.

    “We applaud GM’s decision and the message it sends — that it is no longer acceptable for corporations to promote the denial of climate change and that support for an organization like Heartland is not in line with GM’s values,” said Daniel Souweine, campaign director for Forecast the Facts, a group that urges meteorologists to talk more openly about climate change.

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