In the next decade or so, many automobiles claim to have started to produce all-electric internal combustion engines. They promised to provide additional electric vehicles (EVs) and hybrids and trucks.

Some governments have pledged support for the transition. These are just the targets, and they could change – but it looks like the days of burning gasoline or diesel in your private car are approaching. There are still many myths about electric vehicles.

Myth # 1 – The old electric cars that women love have failed.

Did previous EVs fail because they were easy to use for women?  It's a fairy tale, and so is stupid.

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Did previous EVs fail because they were easy to use for women? It’s a fairy tale, and so is stupid.

In fact, this is a true story that takes turns.

More recently, most electric cars have been moving to the edges of the automotive industry, fuel crisis bowls, repair kits, and automotive scanning departments. But some of the original motor vehicles were electric.

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At the beginning of the 20th century, with the advent of wholesale cars, many companies built and sold electric cars, and at the beginning they were more popular than gasoline cars. They were easy to make – a big thing in the days before electric starters made it easier for them to start a gas car – which made them popular with women and probably less popular with men, with some eventually turning them off.

Back in the morning, EVs were more popular than ICE cars.  Cheap gasoline and the starter have changed all that.

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Back in the morning, EVs were more popular than ICE cars. Cheap gasoline and the starter have changed all that.

There is no doubt that manufacturers have been able to market quiet, slow, limited electricity for women. However, it explains why the electric car industry has collapsed, especially since women continue to live and buy cars. There were other reasons.

Early EV. Electric cars were not built to close on uneven ground between cities, and as more roads were built, the ability to cover long distances became more important to buyers.

Fuel-powered cars are becoming more reliable and easier to operate. The self-initiated adoption made them safe. And while electric-car prices have relatively stable, the price of gasoline cars has fallen. By the mid-1910’s, petrol cars were cheaper, faster, and more accessible.

Myth 2 Electric cars are a fire hazard.

EVs are actually more likely to catch fire than ICE cars.  Charging a battery in a garage is something they can do and it is very difficult to get it out.

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EVs are actually more likely to catch fire than ICE cars. Charging a battery in a garage is something they can do and it is very difficult to get it out.

Chevrolet remembers more than 140,000 Bolt electric vehicles in August – each sold from the 2017 model year to 2022 – to fix a fire hazard caused by a fault in the LG battery. A parking garage in Germany has banned all EVs and hybrid cars this year for fear of fire. And a series of fires in Electric Tesla and Hyundais attracted attention.

Some cars have significant problems with EV fires, they burn longer and are more dangerous to extinguish than other fires. There is no evidence that electric vehicles are more likely to catch fire than their internal combustion counterparts.

EV fires can be caused by manufacturing malfunctions, software crashes, or damage to the battery. National fires often occur when the vehicle is charging or stopping.

Chevrolet recently recalled all Bolt EVs due to a manufacturing malfunction.

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Chevrolet recently recalled all Bolt EVs due to a manufacturing failure.

They are rare, but the idea that your car will burn in your garage while you are sleeping is scary. But gas cars are also on fire, and dozens of memorials have been made to conventional cars that drive fires when they stop.

A.D. In 2020, the U.S. National Fire Protection Association In 2018, there were an estimated 212,500 car fires in the United States. Some of the reasons are not smoking in the passenger compartment or a disagreement between the dressed or unsuitable parts. Convert to EVs. Others, like fuel or oil flowing through a hot chimney, are unique to internal combustion.

Myth 3: Electric cars are just as bad as gas cars.

EVs do not, but they do have a carbon footprint.

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EVs do not, but they do have a carbon footprint.

Electric-vehicle skeptics argue that they are as harmful to the environment as they are to gasoline vehicles.

“Carbon dioxide emissions do not emanate from the tail stream. Electric cars generate CO2 during production and energy, ”said the Right-leaning Economic Education Foundation. Wrote in 2019. “Green is not always clean,” a Washington Post contributor explained last year.

The production of any product is often bad for the earth, and the environmental cost of building something as big and complex as a car is enormous. Manufacturing, manufacturing, shipping, selling, service – this is a real carnival.

Building something as complex as a car is not good for the environment.  EVs significantly reduce the ongoing cost to the planet.

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Building something as complex as a car is not good for the environment. EVs significantly reduce the ongoing cost to the planet.

Building Evan means doing all that, and lithium and other elements can have a detrimental effect on the planet. Then there is the question of where the electricity comes from to fill the car.

But over time, electric cars are a better option for the environment than gasoline vehicles, such as Car and driver It has been explained in more detail recently. EVs produce some brake dust, but they do not directly emit carbon dioxide or any other harmful substances into the exhaust.

While a gas car continues to be contaminated for the rest of its life, in the first few years of ownership, the average electrician pays a high price for the product. And the power grid can be changed to use more and more renewable energy, which makes EVs even better. Owners can charge solar panels even at home.

Meanwhile, every inch of gasoline traveling in a car means burning more fuel and expelling more toxic chemicals and carbon dioxide into the air. And consider the environmental impact of the oil industry. Oil is being extracted from the earth in a long list of human and environmental costs.

Yes, getting lithium is ugly, but it costs us as much as buying oil.

-Rori Carroll is the editor-in-chief of Jaloptnik.