With electric vehicles becoming more and more common, a new type of anxiety has emerged. It is referred to as “range anxiety”. It pertains to the anxiety that some experience when they are driving an electric vehicle and are worried about their vehicle’s battery dying and not being anywhere near an electric charging station. It also encompasses the fear that a catastrophe may take place and electricity will be unavailable, therefor rendering their car useless. As more charging stations pop up, this new anxiety should diminish. To read more about range anxiety, visit the sources below:
It may not run on fossil fuels, but electric cars present its own new sets of challenges.
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