Biggest problems with Electric Cars
2. Expensive price of purchase and lower demand on sale
The concept of manufacturing and buying an Electric Car is not a new concept. It is something that has been talked about for a number of decades, however, modern day electric cars are revolutionary and at a fairly sophisticated level. However, they’re not perfect, in fact far from it. Unlike the very common combustion engine cars, electric cars are run on powerful lithium powered batteries. While this reduces the demand for petrol-powered engines and the release of harmful emissions, the electric car industry is using up a lot of lithium, which similar to oil is finite resource, and getting more and more expensive due to the demand. Owners of Electric cars also need to regularly charge their cars the same way you’d charge anything that uses rechargeable batteries. This charging process can either be performed at home or by a charging point in various places where you live. Electric cars is certainly a step in the right direction, but here’s a collection of problems car buyers should be aware of before buying one.