COMMENT: EVs – the battle of personal versus societal benefits

BY DON DEVEAUX. With the plethora of news about diminishing natural resources, noise and air pollution and major oil spills, one would think that automotive consumers would be rushing to buy electric vehicles (EVs) - or showing at least more than a passing interest in them - but that is simply not the case.

With the plethora of news about diminishing natural resources, noise and air pollution and major oil spills, one would think that automotive consumers would be rushing to buy electric vehicles (EVs) - or showing at least more than a passing interest in them - but that is simply not the case.

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