Like most countries suffering from the adverse effects of climate change, coupled with increasing fuel prices, the United Kingdom is aching for solutions. A recent study shows that the country can solve these two major problems by using more electric cars.
The success of Volkswagen in making electric cars is phenomenal. It just began producing EVs in late 2013, and yet, it now sells four various electric and plug-in hybrid models in different markets around the world. Audi, its sister company also offers three models.
The common notion is that the car market will not be ready to adopt electric cars if their prices will not be more attractive than the present costs of cars run by conventional internal combustion engines.
Recent developments indicate that a Brisbane company is about to become one of the biggest suppliers of high voltage car chargers in the United States. This is despite the fact that the electric car market in this country is still in its infant stage.
It is evident that the value of used electric cars and alternative energy vehicles are closing in on that of the traditional diesel-engine vehicles.
According to claims by Glass, a car data provider, this is turning out to be the norm after the used-car market are becoming more in tune with the technology.