The gasoline topic has been and will continue to be a problem in the automobile industry for the foreseeable future.  Despite appearing to be a clear decision to cut off fossil fuel energy sources for cars, the approach to this is not yet ideal and most likely won’t be for a long time.  That is why I am neutral on the touchy matter as while we all wish for the goal to be completely run by renewable energy, we are no where near that point and won’t be for many decades.  The goals being set during these times aren’t just “ambitious,” they’re unreasonable.  We are not able to cut back our uses of fossil fuels to the insane amounts that is being requested of us.  Like it or not, we will continue to use fossil fuels until we find a more complete, and ideal system that will work in the automobile industry and other fields of our lives.  While we can use more renewable energy in some cases, we must still use fossil fuels in the great majority as it is the most efficient, ideal, cheap, and logical approach to the matter.  We cannot just carelessly call it quits on fossil fuels at a scale this large, but we must take it through small increments over the span of many years.