What is the difference between a Neighborhood Electric Vehicle and a regular Electric Vehicle?



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    A Neighborhood Electric Vehicle (NEV) is a type of low-speed vehicle meant for residential use only. Because of their light weight and instability at high speeds, it is required that NEVs be sold with a max speed of 25 mph. However, people can modify the vehicles to go up to 35 mph. Either way, they are only allowed on streets with a speed limit of 35-45 mph.
    Regular electric vehicles, on the other hand, have no such restriction, as you can see with the Tesla Roadster’s 125 mph top speed.

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