This study has also found that 40 million Americans are interested in buying electric. The price of electric vehicles is the thing that is keeping them away — not range anxiety. This is why government incentives and tax rebates are vital when it comes to EV adoption.
The new study finds that 75% of EV owners charge at home. The cost of driving 24,000 km (almost 15,000 miles) in an EV is around $546, compared to $1,255 for a somewhat equivalent gas vehicle. On average, electric vehicle owners drive 39 miles per day.
More interesting observations at https://cleantechnica.com/2020/01/27/new-study-in-canada-says-ev-owners-will-not-buy-ice-again/
as well as a link which has more detail.
#Canada New Study In Canada Says EV Owners Will Not Buy ICE Again
A new study by AAA in Canada tells us that EV owners will not buy fossil fuel vehicles again. The new study shows that 96% of its survey respondents say that they would buy or lease another EV the next time they have to get another car.