March 31, 2012 by yamakashi
Since the advent of the electric car consumers have been continually reassured that, no, in fact, you really probably don’t drive more than a few miles a day and an EV will be a totally acceptable transportation choice for you. And yet, the idea of range anxiety–that you will be left on the side of the road as your sad little electric car loses juice–persists. In this series of infographics from GE’s Ecomagination, the company aims to challenge some of our assumptions about EVs and driving habits in general.
Where we live affects how we drive. Certainly, a Nissan Leaf might not be the best option for someone in rural Montana who commutes 100 miles to work each day. But most Americans live in or near cities, and proximity to a city center causes your driving mileage to plummet…
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