Rebecca Lindland | March 26, 2020
Electric vehicles (EV) are gaining in popularity. More EVs offer hundreds of miles of driving range at lower prices than ever before. They are considered to be among the most reliable cars because they have fewer moving parts than a traditional internal combustion engine vehicle. Consumers also better understand the environmental benefits of driving an EV.
Still, there are plenty of questions about living with an EV. For instance, how long does it take to charge an electric car? What kind of range do you get once you charge these types of cars? In an electric car comparison, is one type better than another when it comes to charging?
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