The Colonial Pipeline cybersecurity breach in May 2021 exposed the naked underbelly of our dependence on a single transportation fuel. Electric vehicles offer a better option for an uncertain future.
In the second segment of ‘Women in EVs’, Erika G. describes how EVs have worked out for her family and shares her experience with two popular models – the Tesla X and the Mustang Mach-E.
Buying an EV doesn’t have to be risky with new innovative EV subscription models. Amanda shares her impressions of four popular EV models and what it like to make the switch from gas to electric.
While we mostly drive less than 40 miles a day, we buy a car based on all of our needs, like the far-too-infrequent beach trip with our girlfriends. Long EV trips are easier than ever with new technology and easy-to-use route planning apps!
Misinformation seems more common than not these days, so I want to set the record straight on some common EV myths.
We know the solutions to halt foot pain and reduce air pollution: stop wearing terrible shoes and stop driving cars that use gas. But can we?
Research shows that millennials are very interested in EVs and as they start hitting their 40s, we may see a surge in new EV purchases – particularly among millennial women.
Now that all of us former Spice Girls have jobs and families and careers, doesn’t mean we can’t relive our teenage years while zipping around in an EV!
It’s that nagging voice inside of your head that prevents you from making a very expensive and long-lasting decision, but it doesn’t have to be that way.
If you have seen the MSRP of an EV, you may still be recovering from sticker shock, but EV’s have priceless perks you should know about.