Signs An Electric Car Is Perfect For You


Driving is among the many things I love. My dad taught me how to do it even before I turned 16. We would go around the town together with me in the driver’s seat while he would sit at the passenger’s side, pointing out what I should sometimes do. Thus, when it was time for me to apply for a license, I aced the written and practical exams with flying colors.

Fast forward to 2019, I am almost 25 years old now, and I still love driving. I have bought my first auto recently, too–an electric car.

Yes, it has taken me almost a decade before getting a vehicle despite my passion for driving. I used not to get bothered by the fact that I was driving my dad’s old car. I’d much rather do that than pay for something that I knew I didn’t want deep down in my heart. But when I saw an electric vehicle, it was love at first ride.

Now, rechargeable cars are not for everyone. It will only be perfect for you if:

You Are Into Eco-Friendly Stuff

In case you have not seen one in person, you should know that electric vehicles only run on electrical energy. It does not burn through diesel, gasoline, and other oils. So, you can say that you are doing something great for the environment by getting one.

You Are Single Or Has A Small Family


Their sizes usually tend to be on the small side, although manufacturers are starting to make electric vans. Building a large auto, after all, will mean needing more electricity and raising its market value. Because of that, it is the right car for single people or individuals with a small family.

You Don’t Do Road Trips

Road trips are exciting, especially during summertime. You can go to the next state with your windows down or travel a thousand miles to see a beautiful beach.

However, long travels may not be suitable for an electric car. You see, while their popularity has risen over the years, there are still some areas that don’t have charging ports available. If you find any, it may already be too crowded then due to the other tourists. Not to mention, an electric vehicle is not like a conventional one that will run again as soon as you fill it up with gas.

So, an electric car is only perfect for you if you like traveling long distances by air.

You Don’t Mind Waiting For Your Car To Recharge

The last indication that an electric vehicle will suit your taste is that you have lengthy patience. After all, it should stay plugged in for up to 12 hours, depending on its model. Getting impatient will not speed up the charging time, so you should buy an electric car if you don’t mind waiting.


Final Thoughts

Despite the benefits that come with having an electric vehicle, there’s no doubt that one size doesn’t fit all. It may be for me, but it may not be for you, and that’s okay. Nevertheless, if you are considering to get an electric car, you should identify the signs above.

Good luck!

3 Kinds Of People Who Shouldn’t Buy An Electric Car


I have been in love with electric cars for as long as I can remember. My fascination with it started during a history class in which the teacher said that the first electric vehicle was built in the 1800s. I used to believe that Tesla created and invented the EVs, but it became apparent that people had been making versions of it a couple of centuries ago. I do not have any idea how such inventors have managed to do that, but they have achieved amazing results and paved the way for modern-day wonders like Elon Musk.

Because electric cars have a soft spot in my heart, I tend to recommend buying one to friends, colleagues, and family members who need a new auto. Not only are they perfect for the environment, but they also work almost the same as conventional vehicles. Still, there are three kinds of individuals whom I push towards the latter more than the former.

Avid Car Travelers

Avid travelers are the people who love going on long drives or road trips. They enjoy the thrill of crossing a few thousand miles to be able to try a new activity or see a cool attraction. Of course, they do not find it fun to get on a plane to reach their destination, as doing so will not give them the full experience.

If you love covering long distances on land, you should not buy an electric car. It may last for approximately 12 hours, which sounds enough to go to another state or two. However, there is no guarantee that you will be able to stay at a hotel that lets you charge a vehicle. The worst-case scenario is that your EV runs out of juice, you cannot find a charging port anywhere, and you have no choice but to tow it all the way back to your hometown.

Impatient Folks


Riding an automatic vehicle is ideal for people who cannot stand waiting for the engine to warm up. As soon as they start the car, they can roll out of the driveway and go anywhere they want. Driving it is even easier because there is no need to learn how the stick shift works.

The thing is, it may be a challenge to experience the same level of convenience in an electric car. It functions as an automatic vehicle – that is true. You will not find a stick shift – that is another fact. Despite that, if you forget to charge it at night, you will see yourself waiting in the driveway anywhere from six to 12 hours. In case you have too many important meetings to go to, you may need to book an Uber ride or ask a friend to let you carpool with them. Either idea sounds like a hassle if you ask me.

Family Men (Or Women)

A man or woman who always has kids and other relatives in tow wherever they go cannot drive a five-seater car. It may not even be advisable to buy an SUV because it only has room for up to seven or eight individuals. Their only option is to get a van so that no one will have to use the public mode of transportation.

While there are electric vans on the market now, they may not be the best choice for family men or women. The reason is that they tend to be pricier than regular vans. The faster the charging time is, the costlier the car can be. During an emergency, it will be useless if you have not charged it. It will still be more practical to stick with regular auto.


Final Thoughts

Considering you know that you are one of those people mentioned above, but you still want to get an electric car, you should proceed with caution. It may not fit your lifestyle or budget; there may be days when you will blame yourself for getting that vehicle. Still, the choice is yours.

Good luck!