Fuel-efficiency is what car buyers look for in new vehicles these days.
If you are looking for an alternative to the common vehicle that runs on gas, before you make a new-car purchase be sure to consider the important differences between a plug-in hybrid, known as PHEV and an all-electric vehicle, knowns as EV.
For example, if you are an apartment dweller without resort to your own garage, it could be difficult for you to find a regular place to charge an all-electric vehicle. Also, if you are considering an all-electric vehicle, you should consider a number of other matters, including how far your daily commute is, and the terrain and climate in which you live.
To learn more about the differences between EVs and PHEVs, read the full article here: