At current, range anxiety makes it difficult to truly see the USA in your Chevrolet. But, General Motors and others have signed on to help change that.
Reuters reports the Obama administration has will rely on private organizations to help get the ball rolling on 48 electric vehicle charging stations across the United States. The national network is said to encompass 25,000 miles of road through 35 different states.
The network would mean greater access to chargers, especially if you don’t own a Tesla, which already employs its own Supercharging stations across the U.S. With an electric range of 238 miles from the 2017 Chevrolet Bolt EV, charging infrastructure is exactly what’s needed to really get consumers into more EVs.