It has often been said the price of gasoline is the key to electric vehicle adoption by the general public. Critics of EVs have gloated recently as the price of gasoline declined saying the EV revolution would die now that the main cause of atmospheric pollution was so cheap and available. However, take a look at the record for this year. The only conclusion to be drawn is that the “general population” is beginning to understand that electric drive vehicles are faster, quieter and way more fun to drive than their ancestors. What do you think?

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