A recent report from the United Kingdom highlights a maturing charging network and a reduction in range anxiety. The Automobile Association (AA) reports that the percentage of breakdown callouts for low battery has halved in the past 12 months. They have found that range anxiety does not match reality — half of the callouts were for anxious drivers who had not actually run out of range but from drivers panicked when their cars warned them that the battery was low. Having been I a similar situation in Queensland’s far west, I can understand the concern.
By Rap Hankins, Drive Electric Dayton President I’ve got a lot on my mind about what we have accomplished as Drive Electric Dayton this year. I know you’re busy, so here are 10 quick thoughts for you: The team comprising Drive Electric Dayton is amazing! In less than one year, […]
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General Manager Scott Da Costa Gomez reports that White Allen Volkswagen is down to its last 2022 ID.4 so he’s worked up a very aggressive lease special on this all-electric SUV. It’s $499 a month, taxes and fees included. The downpayment is $3,000. Lessees must be Montgomery County residents with […]