Charging is a crucial concern among new electric vehicle owners, whether plug-in hybrid or full electric. Fear of inconvenience is one of the biggest barriers to widespread adoption of electric vehicles. You might be concerned that there aren’t enough public charging stations in the area––and even if there are public charging stations nearby, do you really want to rely on them any time you need to refuel?
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