Right now, electric cars are going through a rough time. In the late 2000s, gas prices indicated that we’d all be driving cars fueled by electricity plants by now, but that isn’t the case. Instead, EV sales are below levels that experts predicted they would be at, but what’s to blame for this? One of the most commonly cited explanations is that gas is cheaper than it used to be, so fuel economy ratings are again something that only those who watched Al Gore’s “An Inconvenient Truth” care about.

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