Do you have a friend who recently purchased a new Electric Vehicle (EV)? If so, we’ll bet you’ll agree – it’s all they can talk about – how well the car runs, how much money they will save on fuel over the lifetime of owning the car, and so on.
Yet there are a few things they don’t want to talk about.
Eventually you’ll hear new phrases creep into their vocabulary, phrases like “range anxiety” and “plan and plan again” when leaving town.
A columnist in The Washington Post provides an honest look at the extreme drawbacks that an EV presents when taking a road trip – even a modest trip.
Driving outside of your local community makes you dependent upon EV charging stations and the kindness of others, to mention just a few of the problems outlined here.