Electric cars are a currently viable alternative
to conventionally gasoline powered cars because
they are efficient, significantly less complex,
more reliable, environmentally friendly, and
cost less to operate, despite what the
detractors may say.
Most Americans drive less than 40
mile per day so EV’s make perfect sense as second
cars. Per census figures, statistically, the
average American household owns more than two
cars, so it would be logical that the second car
be an electric car, for those local commutes,
which is where the wear and tear (and pollution)
on gasoline powered cars is the most severe,
before the engine fully warms up.
Overall electric cars
are clearly superior to their gasoline
counterparts from the standpoint of simplicity,
end user cost, environmental aspects, and
The American auto-industry must
retool and adapt, as this
technology becomes prevalent and may be the only way
to prevent a worldwide economic breakdown when
fossil fuels expenses escalate.
The point of this
website is to inform the visitor, so as to pave the way for
widespread acceptance in the future.