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Electric Cars The Ultimate Guide for Understanding the Electric Car and What You Need to Know

Electric Cars

Britain and France were the first to develop electric cars in the late 1800s, and it was not until 1895 that the American public took notice of the electric cars. Germany, not to be out done, developed the world’s first four-wheeled electric car in 1888.The attempt was initiated by Andreas Flock en, an engineer and physicist.

Several more innovations followed as interest in the automobile grew significantly in the late1890s and early 1900s. 1897 saw the United States pioneer the first commercial application of the electric cars with a fleet of cabs in New York City. That same year, the Pope Manufacturing Company established its name as the first large-scale manufacturer of electric vehicles, including the New York City cab fleet.

After decades of continuous development, France finally joined the competition and introduced “LaJamée Contente, “which ran continuously at over 100 km/h. By the 1900s, the United States had fully embraced electric vehicles. In fact, at least 28% of the cars sold that year were powered by electricity.

About the Book

This short book is for those who want to learn more about electric cars but do not know where to start or what information to rely on. This book was published in response to the high demand from people who want to know more about electric cars and why they are so popular.

There is a plethora of articles and misinformation about electric vehicles on the Internet, confusing those who want to learn more about this revolutionary fad and those who may be interested in investing in electric cars.

This publication traces recent developments, innovations, advantages and disadvantages, and the future of the electric vehicle industry. Understanding this information will help you understand why the cost of commercial electric vehicles is what it is. For those interested, a brief discussion of the current costs of electric cars is also provided.

We encourage you to take notes as you read this book. By doing so, you will get the most out of the information in this book. Taking notes will help you identify exactly what you need to remember, and writing it down will help you recall specific details if you are considering a purchase.

Finally, we encourage you to do your own research on topics you want to explore in depth. The more you understand about electric vehicles and their pros and cons, the more educated your decision-making process will be.

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One thought on “Electric Cars The Ultimate Guide for Understanding the Electric Car and What You Need to Know

  1. Basel says:

    Nice books thnx for your efforts

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