What electric cars are all about

An electric car is an automobile powered by one or more electric motors that use electrical energy stored in batteries. The batteries then project the energy through electric motors onto the drive train of the vehicle. Essentially, they work like a giant remote control car, only you still control it yourself.

History of Electric Cars

The first electric cars appeared in the 1880s. Electric cars became popular in the 20th century and earlier in the 19th century. They manufactured the popular internal combustion engines for mass production when gasoline decreased in price. See, you may have thought that electric cars were being invented now to deal with the gas crisis. Actually, electric cars were invented before gas-powered vehicles. Now that gas isn’t ‘unlimited,’ people are starting to move back to electric cars.

In the 1970s and 1980s, the energy crisis brought the electric vehicle to a standstill. At this point in time, we didn’t have quite as many sophisticated technologies for mass electricity production.

During 2008, there was a renaissance of electric vehicle construction due to advances in battery technology, technology management, and concerns about rising oil prices, not to mention the need to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

Since 2008, many governments, local authorities, and countries have granted tax breaks, tax benefits and government grants to grow the electric vehicle market and reduce the above to reduce greenhouse gases and CO2 emissions. We honestly do need to do a better job of cleaning up our environment before it’s too late.

Advantages of Electric Cars

For electric cars, there are many advantages. One of them is a significant reduction in air pollution without exhaust pollutants is of great importance. Greenhouse gases and other such emissions are greatly reduced, as in the case of BMW’s I Series, where BMW builds these cars with as many environmentally friendly components as possible and their factories are solar powered, halving fossil electricity and their CO2 footprint from the beginning of the production phase.

The other advantages of electric cars in 2014 is that we now have a new child on the block in Tesla engines, these pure electric cars have a range of up to 300 miles per charge. Tesla is licensing patents on its technology to the other giants of the automotive industry to try to achieve a greater range for all new electric cars.

Other benefits include the FREE road tax and a government subsidy of £5000 for a new electric car. Even if you live in the UK and travel an average of 720 miles a week, it will only cost you £27 from November 2014, now that must be an advantage.

As technology improves, you will have access to longer-lasting batteries, rechargeable options while driving, and more. As more gas gets consumed, the higher demand electric cars will become. So, your final advantage is that buying electric cars now will earn you greater net worth as the cost of that car increased.

Plug-in for Electric Cars (Hybrid)

In the 21st century, the greatest demand is in the plug-in electric car, as these vehicles have a better range and are more practical for the average businessman who has to travel more than 100 miles a day. In addition, due to better-known range anxiety, production of plug-in electric cars was boosted from early 2008.

From 2010, however, a new era dawned with vehicles such as the Chevrolet Volt, Vauxhall Ampera, Mitsubishi Outlander in 2014 and the BMW i3 Range Extender in 2013. These cars took the format of an electric car and generally had a low-capacity engine that worked as a generator to recharge the batteries, giving you more leeway in the end.

While gas is still a limited commodity, hybrid cars are great in the meantime. They consume a very limited amount of gas. (No more than a gas stove would) There will come a day when our gas runs out, but we hope to gain a new, greener method of fuel by that day. In the meantime, conserving the resources we still have should be our top priority.

Electric cars are the way to go these days. Fewer and fewer are working on upgrading gas models that will one day be obsolete. More inventors are working with electricity to try and create the fastest, most efficient, and lowest cost vehicles.

If I were you, I’d go grab an electric car now to prepare for the future. At the very least, you will need an electric car reasonably soon. Do remember that electric cars will increase in worth as gas cars decrease. Make the right choice for your convenience and your wallet!