Why is an electric car infrastructure so difficult to implement; can’t you just plug the car in anywhere there is electricity?



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    It isn’t that simple. The amount of charge needed to power an electric car would be too much for a normal outlet. You would have to leave it plugged in for way to long for this to make sense. The powerlines would also need to be able to handle it. For electric cars to be possible, there needs to be the right plug going from the car to the source, and an outlet and a grid system that allows the car to draw more electricity at a fast rate.

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