The CEO of AutoNation said in a recent interview that range anxiety on electric vehicles is not as much of a worry as previously thought. EV drivers tend to use them mostly for local trips and often don't need to find charging stations. It's the same pattern for fleet EVs traveling on predictable work and service routes while being able to charge up overnight. CNBC electric vehicle range anxiety report and video here
Meanwhile, despite electric vehicles comprising only 1.5% of all vehicles on U.S. roads, enough models have hit the market to warrant categories for annual car ratings and reliability comparisons by Consumer Reports and J.D. Power. Which EVs best their competitors? Forbes Wheels report on varying EV performance here.
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