EV Facts

Did you know that the number of Electric Vehicles (EVs) on U.S. roads is predicted to reach nearly 19 million by 2030? Do you want to become a part of a clean energy future?

Don’t let the misconceptions of EVs drive you away! Check out this video to learn the facts about EVs on topics such as charging, maintenance, safety and more. Plus, hear individually from West Virginia EV and EV hybrid owners, professionals and experts who share insight and their experiences.


Did you know that electric vehicles are estimated to handle between 260 and 300+ miles on a single charge?

Charging your electric vehicle – whether at home or at a public charging station – is simple and convenient. While most owners do the majority of their charging at home, it’s not for everyone. Some prefer to watch the battery percentage in the same way you’d watch your gas gauge.

Hear from West Virginia EV owners and experts about their charging experiences.

Charging Infrastructure

Approximately 80% of all electric vehicle charging takes place at home, according to the U.S. Department of Energy. Most electric vehicles can help you find public charging stations by programming directions to nearby charging stations, making it simpler and convenient for drivers!

Hear from West Virginia EV owners, experts and professionals about their experiences.


Did you know that EVs have little to no regular vehicle maintenance costs? No oil changes. No need to replace spark plugs. Plus, regenerative braking reduces brake wear – so you’ll save money, time and become a part of a clean energy future.

Hear from West Virginia EV owners and experts about their savings and more!


Electric vehicles must meet the same national safety standards as gasoline-powered cars with traditional internal combustion engines. In fact, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration states that after many rounds of crash testing, most EVs offer better protection in collisions than standard cars.

Learn more from West Virginia EV owners and experts here.

Environmental Impact

EVs primarily generate electricity through fossil fuels like coal and over time driving electric will reduce the total greenhouse gas emissions compared to a vehicle powered by gasoline. In addition, as electricity continues to be generated by newer, more environmentally friendly sources, this positive environmental impact will increase.

Learn more from West Virginia EV owners and experts and the positive environmental impact of driving electric.

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