One of the biggest barriers to widespread adoption of battery electric vehicles (BEVs) is their limited range. Most passenger BEVs can travel around 250 miles before needing to recharge, compared to an average range of around 360 miles for a traditional car. And while EV range is improving constantly, it’s still an issue for those considering making the switch.
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