what thinking electric-auto.co.uk in future?

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    what thinking electric-auto.co.uk in future?
     
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    It has a hyphen in it and it doesn't make sense, so not a lot I'm afraid.
     
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    ok thanks, if it be electricauto.co.uk ?
     
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    It still doesn't make sense.

    We don't call cars "autos" here in the UK.
     
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    omg ok thanks... :)
     
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    Hi

    At the moment I would regard this as a low value domain. However, once electric cars go mainstream in the UK, you might be able to make a sale on it. That's because some car sellers choose to use the word auto in their name, e.g. Acorn Auto etc. So, in a few years time there's a chance you might be able to make a reasonable sale to a car seller that chooses to specialise in electric cars.

    I note also that the .com is in use.

    EDIT- Sorry, forget it was hyphenated, which will make a sale quite difficult.

    Rgds
     
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    ok thanks. what can i say time show what hapen. its like lottery
     
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