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Considering buying an electric car or hybrid? You’ve come to the right place. Find all you need to know about owning and driving electric cars. See electric car types, how to charge your EV and plan long road trips, plus new tech breakthroughs in manufacturing and batteries, and the latest news and trends. Our goal is to help you navigate the emerging and exciting world of electric cars and trucks.  

The Future is Electric

Washington plans to phase out all new gas-powered light duty cars by 2035.

Source: Washington Department of Ecology

Charging Up 

The U.S. has a goal of creating a national network of 500,000 EV chargers by 2030.

Source: U.S. Department of Transportation

EV Sales Growth  

Just over half of all passenger vehicles sold in the U.S. will be electric by 2030.

Source: BloombergNE

Insuring Your Electric Car

Get the basics on EV car insurance.

Hint: It’s not that different.  

Tax Breaks and Electric Cars

Federal tax credits of up to $7,500 for new cars or $4,000 for used ones were still available on many electric car models, plus several incentives are available in Washington for purchasing an electric car. See more information here.  

Electric Car Facts

The median range that an electric car can travel without a charge is about 250 miles. Maximum ranges, however, vary by model from under 150 miles to more than 350 miles.
U.S. Department of Energy 
The number of electric cars, trucks, vans and other vehicles on the road around the world is expected to grow from over 11 million in 2020 to almost 145 million vehicles by 2030. 
International Energy Agency
Electric car warranties cover the major components of the car, but the warranty on   the battery pack is separate. Federal regulations set a minimum standard for battery coverage at eight years or 100,000 miles. In California, the minimum is 10 years or 150,000 miles.  
Recurrent Energy

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