Emetophobic people are often wary of traveling by car because of the risk of motion sickness. They may be surprised to learn that other non-phobic drivers also have significant fears related to driving.
With recent efforts to reduce environmental issues, electric cars are becoming more popular. As more manufacturers invest in electric vehicles, prices are dropping and making these environmentally friendly cars more accessible to buyers.
But a particular fear is making some people reluctant to purchase an electric vehicle. “Range anxiety” has potential buyers worried that an electric car may run out of power and leave them stranded. Now that manufacturers are aware of this issue, they’re working to eliminate it. They are making changes to ensure drivers of electric vehicles feel safe and comfortable. Read what they plan to do to ease Range Anxiety at the link below.
AZoCleantechRange Anxiety Leads Electric Vehicle Infrastructure to Step up a GearAltEnergyMag (press release)EV charging stations are primarily found in the residences of EV drivers, while public charging stations are almost absent along highways in …