A current survey report shows that just 1% of electric lorries (EVs) owners want to return to fuel. The survey was performed by a UK-based company Zap-Map over 2000 EV users.
Zap-Map is one of the UK’s leading electric cars and truck charging point finder apps and has more than 100,000 signed up users. Last month in November 2020, the business decided to conduct a poll which turned out to be rather fascinating.
No doubt, the appeal of electric lorries is flourishing, nevertheless, we had not anticipated it would be that much. Out of all 2000 owners, 91% said they would not go back to petrol or diesel-powered car, 8% of them weren’t sure, while just 1% revealed a desire to change back to gas.
Also, the complete satisfaction rate for electric automobiles was found to be the highest with 92% followed by plug-in hybrid automobiles (84%), and ICE (Internal Combustion Engine) vehicles (72%).
2020 Acted As Catalyst In Electric Automobiles Sales
2020 may be remembered as a dark year, but it altered individuals and their thinking in a great deal of methods. One area where it had an excellent impact is the car industry. As soon as people saw the impact of restricting ICE automobiles and factories on the environment during the lockdown, it served as a trigger.
The extent to which electric automobiles can benefit the environment is overwhelming. Also, electrical cars nowadays are quite excellent in regards to efficiency also.
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