1. Electric cars cost more to buy than gasoline cars of the same size.
The least expensive plug-in electric car on the market, costs twice as much as the entry-level gasoline.
2. Electric cars cost a lot less per mile to operate.
An electric car uses 75 cents to $6.50 in electricity to cover that same 100 miles, depending on your local rate per kilowatt-hour
3. Some plug-in cars have engines as well
4. Range anxiety abates.
5. Temperature matters.
Electric-car batteries are happiest at temperatures of around 70 degrees Fahrenheit.
7. You can take them through car washes just fine; deep puddles, too.
Chevrolet Volt range-extended electric car to ensure its electric systems stay neatly sealed against any water incursion.
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