Today was one of the longest road trips I had taken in over an year, even if I only had to travel to the centre of Madrid, which is around an hour and a half by car from my current residence.And as always on a highway of any kind you come across trucks. Many and multiple sized trucks and then it hit me. They all run on fossil fuels.
What'll happen when all of the fuel runs out, which'll happen around 30 years from now.
(Yes, we'll live to see it. Imagine that.)It'll be easy… well easier to change all of the cars but what'll happen to the big vehicles? Will the electric motors be powerful enough to pull trucks?Believe it or not our whole lives depend on trucks and the objects they transport.
Food, clothes, cleaning products, even the magnet that stays on your fridge as decoration. All of those were transported by truck at one point.
What'll happen when there is no more fuel?