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$350 for our 2nd Shingrex injections. :'(

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larryd: $350 for our 2nd Shingrex injections. :'(

Ouch..... I've had chicken pox, thank goodness. We here in Australia it was not approved for PBS, so full price to anyone needing it here too. Tom..... :o

TomGeorge: Ouch..... I've had chicken pox, thank goodness. We here in Australia it was not approved for PBS, so full price to anyone needing it here too. Tom..... :o

Juvenile chickenpox does not protect against shingles. In fact, that's where it comes from.

ChrisTenone: Juvenile chickenpox does not protect against shingles. In fact, that's where it comes from.

Thanks, mate. Just what I needed.... :o

My late wife had shingles, but I've had no symptoms.

Yes having chickenpox in your youth is what can lead to Shingles in the golden years. :(

Several friends have had Shingles, not something to mess with, horrible results, can last over a year.

We also got Pneu-P-23 (pneumococcal) & DTAP vaccines (diphtheria, tetanus, and whooping cough/pertussis) free.

We never have to get these again :)

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Hi, I'm off to get Flu shot this week. Had Hooping Cough shot three years ago before grandson was born, he and his mum and dad live with grandad. Next month another grandson will be born. |500x355

Leo helping grandad while Facebook messenger to my brother.

Tom.... :)

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“Next month another grandson will be born.”

You are a wealthy man indeed ! !

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First wash n wax.

Lovin’ it.

Nice. . . !

The problem with cars like this is the cord unplugs at 20 feet ;)

Qdeathstar: First wash n wax.

Lovin’ it.

With all the technology we have, you should never have to wax. :o :o :o :o

larryd: Nice. . . !

The problem with cars like this is the cord unplugs at 20 feet ;)

(snort)

ChrisTenone: (snort)

Hey, I saw the cord and had to comment.

it unplugs you guys

Maybe load the back seat up with batteries and plug the cord into them.

That way you don’t need to have a 100 km long extension cord.

'In all seriousness', what type battery does it have. I read somewhere that manufacturers are going back to nickel based batteries, instead of lithium, for cost reasons.

Telsa uses lithium batteries. about 220mi range. I don’t think nickel based batteries are well suited for electric cars, especially when lithium batteries are going down in cost. The charge rate for Nickel based batteries is slow.

Just curious. Has anyone used an all-electric car in a North American winter?

For how many hours will the heater work if you get caught on a road blocked by a snowstorm?

...R

Granting that all-electric cars have different operating demands, Toyota finds nimh batteries a plus for inclement weather. Here's a short article about the different uses.

  • in hybrid cars.