According to a recent study, owners of electric cars are generally very proud to own this type of vehicle.
There is one exception to the end of the sale of thermal vehicles in 2035 voted by the European Parliament: luxury cars (Ferrari, etc.). Of course, they are few, so emissions will be limited, but for the symbol and social justice, it will be necessary to iron pic.twitter.com/6gPS9lc6ZE
— Audrey Garric (@audreygarric) June 9, 2022
Today, the electric car is more and more present on the market. And for good reason, the offer is currently much larger than a few years ago, and everything is done to encourage motorists to adopt this engine. This involves measures such as the ecological bonus but also constraints, such as Crit’Air vignettes and ZFEs in particular. It is not surprising that the market is therefore on the rise, and this is valid both in France and in the rest of Europe. Especially since today these vehicles are also becoming more and more affordable for customers.
The Saint Rambert East area on the@A7Traffic will offer, from July 18, 2 electric charging stations for refrigerated trucks. This offers an economical, ecological and silent alternative to noisy and polluting diesel generators. https://t.co/YF2YFVSF5Q
— VINCI Autoroutes (@VINCIAutoroutes) July 11, 2022
While the majority of French people driving thermal cars are still reluctant to adopt this type of engine, those who already own an electric car do not regret their choice at all. Quite the contrary. As revealed by a study conducted by Ipsos for the Mondial de l’auto78% of owners say they are even proud to own a zero-emission vehicle. But that’s not all, because 65% also describe a better driving experience, saying that this type of engine offers much more sensations. Nevertheless, it will still take some time before convincing the most skeptical, while only one in ten French people think that the electric car really meets their needs.
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According to the study, 28% of respondents fear having to replace the battery of their electric car, a very expensive operation. But that’s not all, because 24% of French people are also afraid of not being able to recharge their vehicle. Finally, 23% see this motorization as having a very low impact on environmental protection and the fight against global warming. The electric is therefore still far from convincing everyone!
While the European Union has banned the sale of thermal vehicles from 2035, “hunting at the terminal” is still practiced in France. Edifying survey of@oubertalli . #OnEstPasSortisDesRonces https://t.co/uT3qUEjNe6
— Geraldine Woessner (@GeWoessner) July 14, 2022
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