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EVs are often similar to traditional gas-powered vehicles with one exception: you plug them into a power source in order to refuel. These are the two basic types of EVs:

Plug-in Hybrid

  • Travels 25-50 miles on a single electric battery charge, then switches to a gasoline-powered engine
  • Typically about 30 percent better on mileage than conventional vehicles

Battery Electric Vehicle

  • Often travel 200-300 miles, sometimes exceeding 300 miles, on a single charge; No gas engine, oil changes or emissions.
  • A battery EV often saves from 50 percent to 75 percent on annual fuel costs compared to comparable gas-power vehicles