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Vehicle Extrication: Electric Vehicles and Their Charging Stations

As the price of fuel increases, many of us are searching for a cleaner and more efficient mode of transportation. We would all like to stay away from the gas station as long as possible. For many years now, new car options have been emerging, including hybrids, ultra efficient gasoline or diesel, alternative fuel, and electric vehicles. In this article, we are going to explore the electric vehicle charging station and some of the potential risks involved with this power source for vehicles.

Electric vehicles (EVs) have an advantage over other new technologies, such as hydrogen, since the infrastructure for distributing electrical power is already in place (the electrical grid). There is no need to develop new types of filling stations or transport hydrogen or other dangerous gases on our highways. Installation of charging stations, which use the existing electrical grid, is easy and is already happening in many places near you.

EVs have been around since the late 1800s, but the modern era of electric vehicles started in the early 1990s. This was a time when auto manufacturers were trying to meet emission standards set by the state of California. After the regulations for emissions were eased as a result of litigation, auto manufacturers stopped development of EVs until recent gas price increases again fueled customer demand for such a vehicle.


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