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Electric City Vehicles Cars Power

Electric City Vehicles Cars Power

The emergence of electric vehicles (EVs) has transformed how we move around our cities. Fuel efficiency is improving, reducing carbon emissions and making driving cleaner.

EVs are also more affordable and easier to own. The average cost of an EV is under $34,000 and the federal government offers tax credits to buyers, depending on the battery size.

Electric cars have a range of 310 miles on a single charge, compared to the average ICE car’s range of just over 100 miles. In addition, EVs travel much more quickly.

Batteries are made from lithium-ion cells that use renewable energy to store electricity in a battery, which is then used to power an electric motor. Typically, batteries can be recharged using a plug or public charging stations that charge at a faster rate than refueling a traditional gas vehicle.

Hybrid Electric Vehicles

Some hybrid EVs combine electric motors with an internal combustion engine, giving them great fuel economy and range. They are referred to as PHEVs and can be equipped with regenerative braking, which allows the vehicle to store energy in the battery when slowing down or accelerating.

Electric cars have many advantages over traditional fossil fuel-powered vehicles, including zero direct carbon emissions and lower overall energy costs. They are also safer, quieter and more efficient. But they require some knowledge and maintenance to keep them running effectively. Watch your speed, use regenerative braking when you can and condition your battery regularly to help it last longer.

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