Electric cars, according to Joe Biden’s 2020 policy documents, are set to become substantially more common in the US in the coming years. Biden’s administration is looking to add half a million electric charging stations around the country by the year 2030, as well as ensuring we’re driving the cars that will keep those stations busy.
But how much will using these alternative refuelling stations cost in the future?
There are several main barriers to electric car ownership right now. They include the initial outlay, which is high for the comparable gas-fuelled market, but falling. There’s also an issue with the availability of charging stations, and with charging taking too long to be convenient for certain types of drivers.
What you get in exchange, as well as green credentials, is what is currently very cheap mileage.
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