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If You Sell EVs in these 11 States, You Want this Infographic

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There are three prominent challenges with selling electric vehicles. They are generally more expensive than their gas counterparts, the infrastructure for refueling is a concern in some areas, and the long-term cost savings can be a challenge to demonstrate. If your dealership sells electric vehicles in the following 11 states, this infographic should be up on your showroom floor wall:

  1. Washington
  2. Idaho
  3. Oregon
  4. Utah
  5. Wyoming
  6. Montana
  7. North Dakota
  8. Arizona
  9. Nevada
  10. California
  11. Nebraska

These are the states where the difference between the cost of gas and the equivalent cost of a electrical recharging are the most pronounced. It's funny, as this infographic actually says "Top 10 States" while they list 11, but hey, it's better than listing 9.

Gas vs Electric

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