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More Americans say they'll buy an electric car
by Peter Valdes-Dapena
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8 May 2018
On 8 May 2018 CNN reported:
One in five Americans say they are likely to buy an electric car for their next new vehicle, according to a survey from AAA. That's up from 15% who said they were likely to buy an electric car last year. ... Still, the survey indicates that more consumers are at least seriously considering an electric vehicle. The biggest reason people said they would buy an electric car is concern for the environment -- about 80% of people who said they would buy an EV cited this as a reason.
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Next, 67% of people cited lower operating costs. Electricity costs much less per mile than gasoline or diesel fuel, and electric cars costs less to maintain since they have far fewer moving parts and don't require oil changes.
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