Re: How to talk about EV "mpg" in way that people get
I charge at night when rates are really low. So filling the battery (5kWh), I go about 20 miles for about 20 cents to the electric company. So if your car gets 20 miles/ gal., it's like paying 20 cents for a gallon of gas! If you currently get 30 mpg, driving electric is like paying 30 cents for a gal.
Of course, charging in the afternoon will cost considerably more, but still, way less than gasoline (not to mention all the other benefits of electric driving).
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