other maintenance fees. One government study estimated that electric-car drivers will save over 40 percent in annual maintenance fees.
One of the biggest arguments against electric cars has been their limited range. Electric cars do have a shorter range, but that range is plenty for most drivers. The majority of American drivers travel less than 35 miles a day, and the average electric car has a range of about 100 miles on a full charge. Charging the car at home each night will provide enough power for daily driving and allow drivers to save time by avoiding stops at the gas station. And, as the number of electric cars on the road increases, more businesses and employers will install charging stations for their customers and employees, which will make charging a vehicle even easier.
An electric car may not be for everyone, but they have evolved beyond their original restrictions. With a purchase price that is comparable to a gas car, and reduced fuel and maintenance fees, anyone who is purchasing a new car should seriously consider an electric car.
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