There is not much to argue about, so the argument “electric cars from petrol cars” is very interesting – EVs do not use fossil fuels and therefore do not emit the greenhouse gases that mother and nature do to her. Dear Girl Tuneberg, I’m really sorry.

And they – perhaps at least – offer a more enjoyable driving experience because of their ability to drive faster and smoother, quieter.

Traditional experts say it rained on the EV procession (“What about the region?! What about internal combustion engine commotion ?!”)

Or if they are not very expensive, but that playground is also slowly adjusting.

In fact, the sound of some unpacked or V8 engine noise may trigger the first part of your brain, which is labeled ‘Speed ​​Demand’, but now it’s time to say goodbye to ICE vehicles. Over the next decade or so (at some speed, when some European countries have banned the sale of gasoline and diesel vehicles, some, like the UK, like 2030), will buy EVs clearing roads.

For those of you who are not yet ready to part with your gas scammer, let’s make the wreck a bit flawless by offering the many benefits of electric vehicles that you might see EVs in a new light.

1) They are better for the environment

Do you need compelling environmental benefits to drive EV? Here’s how – green cars produce zero emissions, saving the atmosphere like carbon dioxide more than any other unwanted greenhouse gases (not to mention other emissions and particles found in diesel emissions).

It is true that harmful greenhouse gases can be created during the production of electric vehicles, and many car manufacturers are working to address this issue.

Audi already has carbon-neutral plants in Brussels and Guerrero, with the aim of making the company completely carbon neutral by 2025.

Swedish brand Polstar has set a goal of creating a 100 percent climate-friendly car, the Polestar 0, by 2030, thus eliminating all carbon emissions from the production process.

Polster, who is committed to reusing battery parts and using renewable materials such as cork in his vehicles, also released carbon-related reports on his EVs (Google them if they had a problem).

The electricity used to generate EVs can also be generated in greenhouse gases – especially if you live in a coal-loving Australia – but with renewable energy sources such as wind, solar and hydro, you can still move your carbon-free way. Run your own solar panels and it is not only zero-emission but also zero-cost.

States such as Tasmania offer hydroelectricity and green car owners.

2) Fuel costs are reduced

“Are electric cars cheap to drive?” The answer is a resounding yes.

Do you have access to EV and Solar? Congratulations – you no longer have to pay 100% for fuel.

In the case of charging your EV with electricity from the grid, you naturally have to pay, but it will be much cheaper compared to what you need to fill your tank. With gasoline or diesel.

According to the Australian Electric Vehicle Council, EV owners will pay up to 70 per cent to maintain their EVs compared to those who own a motorcycle, resulting in an annual savings of $ 1,600.

3) Efficiency

According to the U.S. Department of Energy, EVs convert more than 77 percent of electricity from grids to wheels, while ICE vehicles convert only 12 to 30 percent of their stored fuel into gasoline. Tires.

This means that less energy is needed to lighten the EV, so buying dimmers that can be recycled for your rearview mirrors can save you a lot of money, which can be put into more important things.

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4) Minor maintenance is required

In an ICE vehicle, there are about 2,000 moving parts in an EV engine.

You don’t even need engine oil, pistons, or complex transmissions (most EVs use only one gear) EVs require very little in the way of normal service, which saves you a lot of money to get into the blurred dice.

5) Government Incentives

It is true that the Australian Federal Government did not go to the plate to encourage and encourage the purchase of EVs, but this is not the case for a few of our counties and states.

Benefits for NSW residents interested in electric vehicles: $ 3,000 discount for the first 25,000 EVs purchased for less than $ 68,750, and EV for less than $ 78,000.

There are also stamp duty exemptions in ACT and Tasmania, and a $ 1,500 stamp deduction for five years from 2022 in the Northern Territory (New Testament offers free registration for five years from 2022, the law has a two-year free rig).

Victorian incentives include a $ 3,000 rebate for the first 4,000 EVs purchased for less than $ 68,740, and an additional 16,000 EVs will still be determined.