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30 Reasons To Buy An Electric Car … Today!

My increasingly good friend Paul Fosse wrote an article yesterday giving 5 reasons to buy a Tesla before July 1. At the end of the article, he linked to a 2016 article of mine that I had forgotten about. It’s a simple listicle but it’s actually one of my favorite articles. So, thanks to Paul, I’m reposting it today. In 2016, it was titled, “30 Reasons Your Next Car Should Be Electric.” At this point in time, I think it’s more appropriate to say that you should buy that car today, not wait any longer. Hopefully you’ll agree after reading through this list.

10 Charts: Top Electric Car Benefits & Top Misconceptions

There’s nothing like experience. You can read and write about something all day, but until you experience it, it’s just a concept, and you don’t really understand it.

So, with that in mind, it is often interesting and useful to collect feedback from actual EV drivers about what they appreciate about their cars. It’s also often interesting and useful to find out the top misconceptions they discover other people have about electric cars.

6 Reasons Your Next Car Should Be Electric

Originally published on From ILSR’s newest report on electric vehicles, here are six reasons your next car should be electric: 1. Fun: Electric vehicle motors provide more torque and instant acceleration at any speed than internal combustion engines. 2. Save Money: Over 10 years, owning an electric car will save you … [continued]

A Shaking Porsche vs A Tesla Model S (GIFs + Video)

Talking about cars in general and electric cars in particular, you are bound to get around to the subject of the launch from 0–60 mph acceleration every now and then. And frankly, it doesn’t really make sense in daily life, does it? The recent hype about the new Tesla Roadster proves the point. I mean, 0–60 in 1.9 seconds? Really? You would need a medical clearance for doing that. I get blurry vision below 4 seconds, so what’s the point?

Best Things About Electric Cars

In our 5th article pulled from Electric Cars: What Early Adopters & First Followers Want — a new report from CleanTechnica, EV Obsession, and GAS2 — I’m jumping into some of the best things about electric cars. Let’s skip and jump through some of the key reasons respondents are interested in EVs, as well as some … [continued]