D obrindt: I can highly recommend my company car. Anyone who moves around a city like Berlin today will get along well with an electric car. However, if you are on the road, you have to plan your routes differently. We have some catching up to do with the charging infrastructure. That is why we are in the process of setting up a network of around 400 e-filling stations at motorways and rest stops across Germany. This gives the electric car owner the necessary security not to get stuck halfway.ask '> You are also a supporter of the gigaliners, which are currently in a field test. The Baden-Württemberg Transport Minister Winfried Hermann has strong doubts that these big trucks save CO2. What makes you so sure that this project makes sense?
Dobrindt: If two trucks die Replacing the capacity of three trucks so far, then the ecological benefit is obvious. Winfried Hermann should really like that.But he asks Daimler to provide an additional expert opinion that should prove it whether CO2 can really be saved - and Daimler will probably agree to this proof.
Dobrindt: Some just need a little longer to from the palm on which they climbed, hey again to come down. It is evident, however, that more and more countries are taking part in the long truck trial and are recognizing the advantages.