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When will more Americans buy electric cars?

Up to forty percent of American households could use an electric vehicle with little impact to their daily needs, according basic criteria set forth in a recent survey. The results, according to the Union of Concerned Scientists (UCS) and Consumers Union, give notion to the idea this type of personal transportation has strong potential to take root in the United States.

That this potential still has a long way to go to be fulfilled is an understatement, as less than one percent of the country at this point are behind the wheels of electric vehicles. This survey did find that 42 percent of those responding meet the “basic criteria for using plug-in hybrid electric vehicles, such as the Chevy Volt. More than half of those households are also able to use a battery-electric vehicle (BEV), such as the Nissan Leaf.”


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