A new study found people greatly underestimate how many of their daily tasks an EV could support.
Let's answer some of your electric vehicle questions
A new study found that people underestimate how many of their daily tasks an EV could support by as much as 30%. Are you one of them? Let us answer some of your questions.
Electric vehicles are getting a lot of press lately — but can people actually afford them?
Charging an electric car isn’t easy if you live in an apartment. But some drivers have found creative workarounds.
As the US switches to EVs, apartment-dwellers struggle to plug in.
Electric utilities are banding together to build a coast-to-coast car-charging network.
In 2015, the average price paid for an EV was around $36,000. Now, it's over $63,000.
The new EV tax credit would be $12,500 — and refundable.
Almost 80 percent of the credits are claimed by people making at least $100k a year.
Two roadblocks can keep drivers from switching to EVs: the lack of chargers and the cost of a new car.