How I moved to Poland and survived
http://www.re-volt.com.pl/home.aspx Circa 70k zloty. But you'll need a motorbike licence to drive it.
I guess you never had a serious accident in your life? A car has to be big and heavy.
25% cheaper when paying to have your winter tires changed :)
Anna - Thanks for the info. Hmmm 70k and a motorbike licence - 2 things I don't have. Marek - Notice the bit of truck in the second picture. That electric car is soon to be swallowed up or driven over.papageno - True :)
Papageno - the rear wheel is probably some exotic bike tire that either does not exist in a winter form or costs a small fortune. So any savings may be illusionary :) I am going to test drive Chevrolet Volt tomorrow (GM invited me) - something that is supposed to be ultra-efficient and yet as safe as a "normal" car. I think that my next car will probably be 100% electric - I really like the new Tesla S, but Volt may be a more economic solution.
@Chris - glad to be of help. @MarekFloryda - please, put the info about Chevy Volt on your blog, I'd like to read it. Why do you say that it's "supposed" to be as safe as a "normal" car?
@Anna - done.
See Bubble car in Wikipedia. I remember these from the 1960s in England.
"Ciekawam" - I probably see this word used in real life for the first time in my life :)Thanks for making me smile :)
You are very welcome, kind anonymous soul.I heard it once somewhere and thought it was a very useful word.Although not a real word, I like to use "ciepłość" as well. In my opinion, it is way better than "ciepła".
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