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July 15, 2024

Jonna Kraack

Advanced Automotive Sensors

Range Electric Vehicles: Not Just For City Slickers

Introduction

Electric vehicles have come a long way since their introduction onto the market. You can now get an electric vehicle with a range of up to 400 miles per charge–and that’s without stopping at charging stations along the way! EVs are cleaner and quieter than traditional cars, which means they’re better for both your wallet and the environment.

You don’t have to live in an urban area to own an electric vehicle.

You don’t have to live in an urban area to own an electric vehicle.

The benefits of electric vehicles are most evident in rural areas, where charging stations are few and far between and the open road is all around. While many people may think that range anxiety would be a major issue for EV owners in the country, it’s actually quite easy for them to charge at home or find ways around their limited access points by simply driving slower or more efficiently–something that isn’t always possible when you’re stuck with traffic on your commute into work every day.

Finding range for your EV on the open road is easier than finding a charging station in the city.

Let’s face it: EVs are not just for city slickers. The range of your EV will depend on how you drive, but don’t let this dissuade you from taking your EV out on the open road.

For example, if you plan to drive from Albuquerque to Santa Fe (a distance of about 80 miles) and back again with a few stops along the way, your car should have no problem making it back home after a full charge at one of many charging stations along Route 66 or Interstate 25 in New Mexico alone.

In fact, finding range for your EV on the open road is easier than finding a charging station in the city–especially since most people who travel by car each day tend to stay within close proximity of their daily destinations anyway!

Buying an EV means you can go further–and more often–on a single charge.

If you’re looking to buy an EV, range is one of the most important considerations. Range is generally measured in miles and depends on the type of EV you buy and how you drive it.

It’s also important to note that range depends on how much battery capacity your vehicle has. For example, if an electric car has a 100 kilowatt-hour (kWh) battery pack–more than double what most EVs have today–it can travel farther than one with a 50 kWh pack before needing to recharge its batteries.

The more electric vehicles are on the road, the more demand there will be for charging stations and networks.

The more electric vehicles are on the road, the more demand there will be for charging stations and networks. This is because people want to be able to charge their cars at home and on the go. As a result, there’s been an explosion of new infrastructure being put in place–and competition between companies vying for your business means that prices are dropping fast!

More importantly (for long distance travel), this means that EVs are becoming more convenient to use than ever before: you can drive anywhere knowing that somewhere along your route there will be somewhere safe and convenient where you can top up your battery pack without having to worry about getting stranded in some remote location without power or shelter from bad weather conditions like rain or snowfall.”

You’ll save money with an EV.

If you’re like me, there’s nothing better than a road trip. But if you’re not an EV owner, it can be hard to find the motivation to hit the open road. After all, there are just so many things that can go wrong with a gas-powered engine–and most of them cost money!

  • No more gas station stops: EVs charge at home or at public charging stations (or even while parked). That means no more stopping for gas when your tank runs low on fumes–and no more waiting in line at those dreaded automated pumps either!
  • No more oil changes: Electric motors don’t use oil like traditional engines do; they just need coolant fluid refills instead. That means less maintenance costs overall and fewer trips back into town for routine maintenance appointments too… It also means less time spent doing chores around town because now we have extra money left over after paying off all those debts we incurred from having to fix up our old cars all the time before buying new ones every few years!

Your electric vehicle will be quieter and cleaner than your current car.

You may be surprised to learn that your electric vehicle will be quieter and cleaner than your current car.

Electric vehicles are much quieter than conventional internal combustion engines, making them ideal for urban environments. They also don’t produce any tailpipe emissions–which means they won’t contribute to air pollution or noise pollution. As a bonus, many EVs have regenerative braking systems that recapture energy when you apply the brakes on an electric vehicle, which allows them to use less electricity than traditional cars do when going downhill or coasting with no throttle applied (which happens frequently in stop-and-go traffic).

These features make driving an EV more pleasant for everyone involved: You won’t have to worry about loud exhaust pipes disturbing other people around you; they’ll appreciate not having their day ruined by constant honking from idling engines; and all of us can breathe easier knowing our air quality is improving thanks to fewer tailpipe emissions!

EVs can be a great option even if you live in a rural area

While EVs are often associated with urban driving, they can also be a great option for people who live in rural areas. You might not have access to public transportation or nearby charging stations, but that doesn’t mean you have to drive an old gas-powered car.

Many electric vehicles will go over 100 miles on a single charge–which means that if you’re planning on making a trip outside of your city limits, you can still drive an EV! While some models may not be able to make it all the way across the country (especially if there aren’t any charging stations along your route), most modern electric cars are more than capable of getting from point A to point B without having to stop along the way and wait for their batteries’ energy reserves to recharge themselves again before continuing on their journey.

Conclusion

If you’re looking to buy a new car, an EV might be the right choice. You don’t have to live in an urban area to own one, and they can still get you where you need to go. Plus, they’re cheaper than traditional vehicles and easier on the environment–so why wouldn’t you want one?