Cars as we know them have been around since the early 1900s, but for over a century we have been burning fossil fuels at an alarming, almost careless, rate. Only in the past decade have we seen the electric vehicle market really taking off.
However, all EVs draw power from large battery packs placed deep beneath the car, hundreds of times the size of your latest smartphone’s battery. Have you ever wondered what happens to them once the car reaches retirement age?
A ban on petrol and diesel cars is fast approaching for many of us, meaning electric cars are becoming a much more common sight on our roads.
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