• What cold weather means to most EV drivers: More charging

    29 days ago - By High Gear Media

    It's well established that electric cars lose some range in cold weather, but for drivers that generally means more charging rather than less driving, according to a new report from battery analysis firm Recurrent. Recurrent's primary business is producing battery health reports for used EVs, but the company analyzes data used to produce those...
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  • EV tax credit loophole may cut lease payments for EVs made overseas

    EV tax credit loophole may cut lease payments for EVs made overseas

    29 days ago - By High Gear Media

    The U.S. Treasury Department confirmed Thursday that buyers can effectively bypass both the American final assembly and critical-mineral requirements for electric vehicles-if those EVs are leased. That means, according to Reuters, starting Jan. 1, automakers selling EVs with final assembly outside North America may be eligible for a tax...
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  • EV tax credit leases, cold-weather charging, PHEVs not plugged in: Today's Car News

    EV tax credit leases, cold-weather charging, PHEVs not plugged in: Today's Car News

    29 days ago - By High Gear Media

    The EV tax credit continues to take form, and it may mean cheaper leases. Washington and Oregon join California in banning EV-only cars by 2035. EV drivers are charging more in the winter, but are plug-in hybrid drivers charging often enough? And what can we see in all of our past Best Car To Buy winners? This and more as we wrap up some holiday...
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