We're doing our best to track the growing list of federal and state-based incentives for purchasing an electric car or plug-in hybrid. See how much you can save to get behind the wheel of an electric-drive plug-in vehicle.
It’s not rocket science, and you should not overthink the selection and installation of a home charger, also known as an EVSE. That said, there are important differences to consider.
EVs get bad rap as expensive. Until you look at the Total Cost of Ownership. The sticker price of the vehicle is only the first consideration.
Shop around. Consider the incentives. Have faith in the battery. And four other essential things to consider when buying a plug-in vehicle.
A plug-in hybrid car is similar to a conventional hybrid vehicle—both use a gasoline engine as well as an electric motor. However, a plug-in hybrid uses larger battery packs that can be recharged by connecting to common household electricity.
A comprehensive guide to the top electric vehicle charging networks (with info about access and costs), as well as background information and high-level recommendations.
Blindly driving forward, without thinking about the rate plans offered by your local power company, can lead to unexpected—and sometimes unfortunate—outcomes for EV drivers.
Before we get going, let's establish basic definitions. For starters, an electric car is powered by an electric motor instead of a gasoline engine.
Americans adore their cars. But the story of the American love affair with the automobile takes a twist in the EV age. The joy of driving—and the sense of adventure on the open road—takes on a sense of responsibility and mission.
Thou shalt charge only when necessary. Don't leave nasty notes when a gas car parks in an EV spot. And other rules to live by.