With more and more households averaging close to one car per family member, the transportation costs for most families are pretty high. Personal transportation has become a necessity these days with each and every family member having different priorities and schedules. With that being said, with the help of electric vehicles, now you can bring down your monthly transportation costs by a significant amount.
There is still a lot of misinformation and anti-electric car stuff being pumped out onto the internet by folks who, for the most part, have a vested interest in the continuation of #BigOil's economic -- and environmental -- hegemony. One of the biggest myths about electric cars is that they are "too expensive". Not true. Simply. Not. True. Case in point: My own experience owning, and driving, an electric car for the past five years.
I've been driving all-electric in my 2014 Nissan LEAF since February of 2014. And, since August of 2014, it's been my ONLY car. I love my LEAF and I will never go back to a gas car -- not only because I can ...
In case you haven't heard, President Obama wants to change the $7,500 EV tax credit to a tax rebate. We hope he succeeds. That’s because, as our overview below shows, an EV tax credit is not only unfair -- only those in higher income brackets can benefit fully from it -- it’s also way too complicated, so complicated, in fact, that it’s safe to say that many people will lose money because they won’t play the EV tax credit game correctly.