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Let’s develop an EV
solution we can travel
towards together.

The Biden Administration is getting ready to take away American consumers’ options to buy gas-powered vehicles. They plan to force a dramatic shift to battery electric vehicles across the USA.

Electric vehicles are more expensive than gas vehicles, take a long time to charge, and don’t perform well in the cold. Consumers should be able to choose the vehicle that is right for them.

Learn more by watching this video.

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Rushing the 2032
EV mandate: 10 Concerns

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EVs only sell well in a few states.

  • One in three new EVs are sold in California today. That’s more than the number sold in 43 states combined. (2023 S&P Mobility Analysis)
  • Dealerships have up to four months of EVs stacking up on their lots.
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Chargers that do exist are often broken.

More than 20% of EV drivers using public charging stations have experienced charging failures or equipment malfunctions.

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Rental car companies are selling off their EVs.

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Infrastructure for charging is limited and developing too slowly.

  • Based on the government’s estimates, 2.8 million public chargers will be needed by 2032, but only 170,000 public chargers exist today.    
  • Based on analysis of EPA and DOE data, 800 new chargers would have to be built every single day — for the next nine years.
  • The 2021 infrastructure law included $7.5B for charging stations, yet only three have been built through this program.
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Nearly all EV owners also have a gas vehicle.

96% of people who have an EV have at least one other vehicle that is not a BEV. 

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EVs aren’t affordable for most consumers.

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EV resale value plummets. 

While the average 3 year old vehicle held 66% of its original value, EVs only held 49% of their value. 

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The number of EVs that qualify for the federal tax credit has dropped by half.

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EVs are more expensive (and take longer) to fix than gas vehicles.

It costs an average of 56% more and takes 25% longer to repair an EV.

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EVs take a long time to charge.

Even the fastest level of charging takes over 40 minutes.