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Why Electric Vehicles Are Such A Tough Sell In Rural Areas

31 Jul 2023 | Abstracted from Slash Gear

"There seem to be two primary factors that work against the success of electric vehicles in such places: the organizational headache of providing the necessary infrastructure for drivers and the fact that many of those drivers will simply be unwilling to make the change with the kinds of journeys they tend to make.

"Drivers in rural areas are more likely to own heavy- and medium-duty pickup trucks..rural drivers tend to take longer journeys



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