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An electric car is a car that is powered by one or more electric motors that use electrical energy stored in batteries, which then projects the power through electric motors to the vehicle's driveline.

The first electric cars appeared in the 1880s, electric cars were popular in the 20th century and earlier in the 1800s until the common combustion engines were made for mass production and gasoline was cheaper to use than electricity.

During the 1970s and 1980s, the energy crisis stopped the electric car in the tracks.

Fast winding up to 2008 when a renaissance in the manufacture of electric vehicles occurred due to advances in battery technology, technology management and also concerns about increasing oil prices and not mentioning the need to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

Since 2008, many governments, local authorities and countries have provided tax breaks, tax benefits and government grants to help the electric car market grow and reduce the above mentioned in an effort to reduce greenhouse gases and carbon dioxide emissions.

Advantages of electric cars

There are many benefits to electric cars, a significant reduction in air pollution due to no contaminants for smoothing is of great importance. Greenhouse gases and other such emissions are greatly reduced as in BMW's I range, where BMW builds these cars with as much environmentally friendly components as they can and their factory units are solar powered, which reduces fossil power and their carbon footprint is half from the very start of the production stage.

The other benefits of electric cars in 2014 are that we now have a new child in the block in Tesla engines, these clean electric cars have a range of up to 300 miles per charge. Tesla licenses patents for its technology to the other automotive giants in an attempt to drive and achieve an increased range for all new electric cars.

Other benefits are FREE Road Tax and a £ 5,000 grant from the government to a new electric car. Even if you live in the UK and travel an average of 720 miles a week, it will only cost you, as of November 2014, £ 27, now it must be an advantage.

Plug-In Electric (hybrid) cars

In the 21st century, the greatest demand is in the plug-in electric car, as these vehicles have a better supply and are more practical for the average businessman who has to travel more than 100 miles per day. Furthermore, due to the more familiar range of anxiety, the production of plug-in electric cars has started from the beginning of 2008.

But as of 2010, a new dawn had occurred with the cars such as the Chevrolet Volt, the Vauxhall Ampera, the Mitsubishi Outlander 2014 and the BMW i3 series in 2013. These cars have taken the electric car format and usually have a motor of small capacity acts as a generator to hold The batteries are charged, giving you a greater range.

Another advantage of plugging in electric cars is that you can now reach 290 mpg, which as we know from the prices of the pumps, from November 2014, a gallon of gasoline would cost SEK 6.00 on average. So as we can see here is a great reason to go and buy a plug-in hybrid car.

Charging plug and clean electric cars

This is very easy nowadays with the ability to charge from your own home also with super chargers all over the UK and other charging facilities across the UK. By 2020, the European Union has said that Britain must have at least 60,000 charging points for electric cars, given that it is only six years away we believe you will be in safe hands to charge your car anytime wherever you live Great Britain in 2014.

So the places can be;

A home charger that is discreetly placed on one of your exterior walls, on a shed or in your garage.

From a charging station across the network of UK roads, in supermarkets, at charging stations from Tesla, from fire stations, from other public places to park-and-ride, airports and anywhere else to suit one.

These chargers depend on the power unit, a charge can take anywhere from 30 minutes to 8 hours to fully charge your car, however, the average time to charge one Clean electric car nowadays it is in many cases down to 4 hours. If you travel less than 100 miles a day and sleep for four to eight hours a night, you can have a fully charged car without having to go to a gas station again and waste your time on the pump.

With a plug-in hybrid it is very similar, but of course you can travel much more than 100 miles a day, in fact you can travel up to 1000 because these vehicles are not dependent on being connected to a power unit.