There are a lot of benefits to driving an electric vehicle, but it's not for everyone. Find out if an EV would fit your lifestyle.
Battery electric vehicles (EV) are much cheaper to operate than traditional gasoline-fueled cars. And with no tailpipe emissions — in fact, there's no tailpipe! — EVs reduce overall greenhouse gas emissions, too. But not everyone can take advantage of these benefits. Depending on your driving habits and the charging infrastructure near your home, an electric car may not meet your needs. This guide will help you decide if an EV is right for you.
Why are you most interested in electric vehicles?
Daily Driving Range 2/5
Access to Charging Stations 3/5
Fuel Cost 4/5
You would save $0 in fuel costs by purchasing an EV.
At an average of 10 cents per mile for gasoline, your fuel cost would total $0 over the life of a traditional car.
At 3 cents per mile for electricity, your fuel cost would total $0 over the life of an electric vehicle.