Myths make great bedtime stories. But stories aren’t real, neither are space cars. But electric vehicles (EVs) ARE real, and they’re faster, safer, and better than ever.
A modern, fully-charged EV can travel up to 300 miles, which is more than enough for the average driver’s needs.
With regenerative braking, EVs can convert the energy generated by braking into additional power for the car.
There’s no need to charge an EV every day. For a typical day of commuting, errands, and a little fun, EVs can travel far on a full charge.
Charging an EV is like charging your phone, just plug it in, get things done (or sleep), and your EV is charged and ready to go in no time.
All you need is a standard, grounded three-prong outlet to charge your EV overnight at home. Wake and drive.
More and more EV charging stations are popping up in public locations like parking garages, shopping centers, and even at workplaces. Charge while you get things done.
Accelerate with confidence and without delay as soon as you hit the throttle.
Sun, rain, or snow, EVs are ready for whatever Mother Nature throws their way.
Sharp turns are no match for these low riders.
With no gas to burn, EVs just spin the drive motor, keeping your ride whisper-quiet (unless you’re singing out loud.)
Forget regular oil changes and related repairs. The low maintenance of EVs saves you time and money from repair shops.
Skip the gas station and charge in a place that’s convenient for you. Check your local electric utility for incentives on the best time to charge.
Check local and federal energy departments for incentives on EV purchases, charging device construction, and more. Dealers may offer incentives, too.
EV batteries are rechargeable and long-lasting. They should only need replacing once a decade.