Many governments militate towards electrical energy, whether that be electric heating or electric fuel. Therefore, this comes as no surprise that the government is pushing to replace traditional diesel or petrol vehicles with cleaner electric ones. Britain and France make plans to completely ban internal combustion engine cars by 2040. The Morgan Stanley bank estimates that by 2050, half the vehicles on the road will be electric. The falling battery costs make driving EVs as cheap as driving traditional cars.
Nonetheless, according to some surveys, people are still reluctant to purchase EVs, the main reason being that they are worried about charging – where are they going to do it and how much time it will take. Until someone will reassure these buyers that they won’t have any problems with recharging their vehicles, most of them are going to choose traditional cars. This will slow down the progress of the … Read More