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RituGupta
RituGupta
12/4/2018 3:47:33 AM
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Greater future
We have so many different technological advances that we can take advantage of towards our own benefit so why not fully utilize them? We need to know exactly what we aim to achieve before we put together one or two different technologies to create an end product that is extraordinary. We save resources on experimenting new methods while producing greater results for our future.

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etnapowers
etnapowers
3/2/2018 3:31:55 AM
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Re: E-cars are the future google
Many automotive Companies are working on e-car, it will be a great feature for the environment preservation.

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mikeroch
mikeroch
3/1/2018 12:32:08 AM
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E-cars are the future google
Suzuki MD also told that they are going to bring the ecar in 2020. So, the new tech will be in huge demand in this arena.

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