Why is it taking Americans so long to get an EV infrastructure in place?



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    There are many reasons that come in play in order to fully build an EV infrastructure. The major reason is perhaps the financial element – electric vehicles are still more costly than most regular cars. Furthermore, I have done some research as to why Americans just prefer to own “traditional” automobiles. Electric vehicles don’t have designs that are as intricate or spectacular as those of regular cars (or at least not yet). Americans are in love with their SUVs, whereas electric vehicles are usually smaller in design and not as “convenient”. Speaking of convenience, charging an electric vehicle takes more time than, say, filling up a tank with gasoline. Bottom line is, most Americans aren’t that attracted to EVs. It’s difficult to build an empire when people don’t even want it. 


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