With multiple vehicle manufactures committing to go all electric within the next 5-10 years, how many years after that do we have where gas/diesel is as readily available (and relatively affordable) as it is now? I’ll be in the market for another vehicle in the next couple of years and an F250 7.3 Tremor is at the top of my list. I’ve never let fuel prices and fuel economy stop me from buying the vehicles that I want in the past because I’m aware that fun vehicles cost money to operate. But a possible future where I’m having to drive 20+ miles to the nearest pump to pay $10/gallon would mean that, all of the sudden, the 12-14 MPG of the 7.3 on 35s might not be feasible and I should probably be shopping for an F150 3.5TT (or, clutch the pearls, a F150 hybrid) and getting more than double the fuel mileage. I have a feeling we are still decades away from this bleak future but was wondering if any of you have started factoring this into your future purchases.