Range anxiety. It’s one of the biggest concerns for people who are looking into getting an electric vehicle, up there with the high pricing that we’re all accustomed to, and worries about the charging experience.

But while the pricing thing is quite hard for the average person to manipulate, range anxiety can be apparently cured by simply biting the bullet and buying an EV–if it’s within reach, of course.

According to a new survey from Recurrent Auto, which has data from about 17,000 EVs in the United States thanks to its users who connected their cars to Recurrent’s servers, range anxiety peaks for people who are about 1-2 years away from purchasing their first battery-powered car.

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Toughen Up Buttercup: Study Says Best Way to Combat Range Anxiety Is To Buy An EV Anyway

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