Brian Thevenot

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Automotive Editor for the Los Angeles Times

Brian Thevenot on KCRW

California's so-called Zero Emission laws were designed to create a market for electric cars, but even in California, only 15,000 have been sold in the past five years.

A Price War among Electric Vehicles

California's so-called Zero Emission laws were designed to create a market for electric cars, but even in California, only 15,000 have been sold in the past five years.

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