A Canadian author who has written two books about electric cars is taking a stand for a different kind of dream: the one that’s more than a simple thrill ride.
Elaine Bowery’s “Electric Dreams” is about the journey that’s required to get from Toronto to her house in rural Alberta.
It’s also a cautionary tale about the dangers of taking shortcuts and driving recklessly, said her publisher, A.A. Brown.
Bowery has written books about cars, airplanes and electricity.
But she’s written about the electric dream in a new way.
In an interview with CBC Radio’s The Current, Bowerie said that electric cars are just the latest way people are finding their way to the dream.
Boweries book about the dream is based on a real life incident that happened to her husband when he was driving his car on an icy highway.
When I was driving down an icy road with my wife I thought I was going to be killed, she said.
The car had no brakes.
It was just going to stop.
She said she asked him to turn around, but he kept going.
She finally stopped when she saw the car had the brake pedal depressed.
She called 911.
Bowers book also tells the story of a woman who was caught in the crossfire of a police chase through a rural area.
Bitter-eyed, the woman ran off the highway and the officer followed her, Bowers book said.
He said he got out of the car and told her to go back to the spot she was at.
The woman drove off.
Bowers wife followed.
The book also shows how people are driven to dangerous extremes in pursuit of dreams of electric cars, a dangerous path that has led to a rash of car accidents.
The Canadian Electric Vehicle Association says there are about 300,000 electric vehicles on the road in Canada, but only 10,000 have been tested for safety and are certified by the federal government.
It says a major problem is that people often buy a car without knowing its safety and the amount of fuel it will use.
When Bowerys book was published, the government said there were about 2,000 EVs in Canada.
But the U.S. is home to about 50,000.
The Canadian government says the figure is closer to 6,000, although the government is keeping a tight lid on that number.
The federal government is also reviewing the regulations for electric cars to see if there’s a need to ban them altogether.
The U.K. has outlawed electric cars for some time.
Beverly Johnson, executive director of the Canadian Association of Electric Vehicle Operators, said the U