8 Reasons Why You Shouldn't 

Buy an Electric Car


You can drive 250 miles before recharging. However, this doesn't account for time spent sitting in traffic.  

1. Limited Driving Range

2. Range Anxiety


If your EV models don't have a long-range, you may worry about running out of battery power before reaching a charging station. 

3. Limited Charging Stations


If you live in a rural area, you can pretty much guarantee that your charging station options will be slim to none.

4. Longer Charging Times


 Charging an EV to 80% takes anywhere from 30 minutes to 2 hours, depending on the level of charger you use. 

5. Higher Initial Price


The average electric car costs around $67,000. That is a considerable price tag, considering the average gas-powered car costs $48,000.

6. Battery Replacement Costs


Electric car batteries cost anywhere from $4,000 to $20,000, depending on the model.

7. Battery Production Impact


The environmental impact of battery production is a considerable concern since mining and manufacturing lithium-ion batteries can be harmful to the environment.

8. Electricity Sources


If your region relies heavily on fossil fuels, then the eco-friendly advantages are not prominent.