An electric vehicle is a vehicle that is driven by one or more electric motors that use electrical energy stored in the battery and then project power through the electric motor to the driveline of the vehicle.
The first electric vehicles appeared in the 1880s, and electric vehicles became popular in the 20th and early 19th centuries until ordinary internal combustion engines were used for mass production, and gasoline was cheaper than electric vehicles.
In the 1970s and 1980s, the energy crisis hit and the electric car stopped developing.
Fast forward to 2008, the revival of the electric vehicle manufacturing industry is due to the improvement of battery technology capabilities, technology management and concerns about raising oil prices, not to mention the need to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
Since 2008, many governments, local authorities and countries have granted tax breaks, tax incentives and government subsidies to help the electric vehicle market grow and reduce the above to reduce greenhouse gas and carbon dioxide emissions.
The benefits of electric vehicles
Electric vehicles have many advantages. Because there are no exhaust pollutants, air pollution is significantly reduced, which is very important. Greenhouse gases and other such emissions are greatly reduced. Like BMW's product range, BMW manufactures as many environmentally friendly components as possible, and their plant sector uses solar power to reduce fossil energy and carbon footprint from the production stage. Halved at the beginning.
Another benefit of electric cars in 2014 is that we now have a new child on Tesla Motors that can charge up to 300 miles per charge. Tesla is licensing its technology patents to other automotive industry veterans in an attempt to boost the voyage of all new electric vehicles.
Other benefits include a tax-free road tax and a government grant of £5,000 for the purchase of new electric vehicles. In addition, if you live in the UK and travel an average of 720 miles per week, then starting in November 2014, this will only cost you £27, which is now a benefit.
Plug-in [hybrid] car
In the 21st century, the biggest demand is plug-in electric vehicles, because these vehicles have better voyages and are more practical for ordinary business people who must travel more than 100 miles per day. In addition, due to the well-known range of anxiety, the production of plug-in electric vehicles began to burn from the beginning of 2008.
However, starting in 2010, the 2014 Chevrolet Volt, Vauxhall Ampera, Mitsubishi Outlander and the 2013 BMW i3 series expansion car have seen a new dawn. These vehicles are in the form of electric vehicles and usually use a small engine as the capacity of the generator to keep the battery charged, which greatly gives you a larger range.
Another benefit of plug-in electric vehicles is that you can now reach 290 mpg. According to the price of the pump, as of November 2014, the average price of a gallon of gasoline is 6.00 pounds. Therefore, we can see that this is an important reason for purchasing plug-in hybrid vehicles.
Charging plug-in and pure electric car
It's easy now, you can charge in your own home, you can also use the British supercharger and other UK charging facilities. By 2020, the EU has said that the UK must have at least 60,000 electric car charging points. Please remember that this is only six years. We feel that you can charge your car at any time, anywhere you live in 2014. United Kingdom.
So the location can be;
Place the home charger carefully in one of your façades, shacks or garages.
From the UK road network, supermarkets, Tesla booster stations, fire stations, other government sites to parking lots, airports and any other charging stations suitable for other places.
These chargers depend on the power unit and can take up to 30 minutes to 8 hours to fully charge your car. However, in many cases, the average time to charge a pure electric vehicle is now reduced to 4 hours. If you drive less than 100 miles a day and you sleep four to eight hours a night, you can own a fully charged car without having to go to the gas station and waste time on the pump.
The situation with plug-in hybrids is about the same, but you can obviously travel more than 100 miles per day, and you can actually drive 1000 times because these vehicles don't rely on plug-in power units.