It now seems almost inevitable that most of us will make the transition combustion power to EV in the next 5-15 years. A combination of governments around the world introducing laws that make it impossible to buy cars on gas and diesel, as well as fewer combustion options available from automakers, will contribute to this.

Judging by your comments and the high number of battery car sales, some of you have already made the leap, making sure to switch due to lower operating costs and a much improved range of the latest EVs. Modern EV you can go twice as far as his ancestors could ten years ago, and it has removed a serious barrier for many buyers.

Increasing the range is not the only improvement. New electric cars are faster and can charge faster than before. And now the technology is being installed in cars that look like regular cars, for example, the Audi Q4 e-tronyou don’t need to ride in something that looks like a billboard for zero-emission technology to reap the benefits.

But on the other hand, electronic cars like the Hyundai Ioniq 5 are some of the most exciting family cars on the road – period. And now you can have electricity in everything from suburban sedans to luxury limousines and even pickups as Rivian R1T which can tow boats and climb trails, there are fewer and fewer reasons not to switch.

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But we are interested to hear from those of you who have not yet made this transition. If you’re still not ready to give up gas cars, what’s holding you back? You still feel that The power reserve of most EVsthat, apart from some expectations, much less than the 350 miles (563 km) you get on a gas car, even if the 500 miles (805 km) that diesel offers, is not enough for your needs?

Or are you one of those drivers who prefers his pit stops to be fast in F1 rather than sluggish things that – even with Ability to charge 350 kW – still means 20 minutes to hang and eat candy that you don’t really need or need while you’re waiting to recharge your battery?

Do you live somewhere where charging EVs is difficult? Do you like to store your cars for 10 years and worry about battery life? Or is it just a case of cost? Even in countries like the UK and the US offer financial incentives from the government to buy electric, investing in an electric car is not so cheap, at least in terms of initial cost.

Whatever the reasons, we want to hear them, so leave a comment and let us know what it takes for you to bridge the big gap.

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