The History of Electric Cars:
Electric cars enjoyed popularity between the mid-19th century and early
20th century, when electricity was among the preferred methods for
automobile propulsion, providing a level of comfort and ease of
operation that could not be achieved by the gasoline cars of the time.
Advances in [color=white]internal combustion[/color]
technology soon rendered this advantage moot; the greater range of
gasoline cars, quicker refueling times, and growing petroleum
infrastructure, along with the mass production of gasoline vehicles by
companies such as the Ford Motor Company,
which reduced prices of gasoline cars to less than half that of
equivalent electric cars, led to a decline in the use of electric
propulsion, effectively removing it from important markets such as the United States by the 1930s.
However, in recent years, increased concerns over the environmental impact of gasoline cars, along with reduced consumer ability to pay for fuel for gasoline cars, and the prospect of peak oil,
has brought about renewed interest in electric cars, which are
perceived to be more environmentally friendly and cheaper to maintain
and run, despite high initial costs.
I like electric cars,they will take an important roll in purring the nature in the future.