Here is a nice milestone in the US. There are more plug-in cars, meaning electric vehicle, EV and plug-in hybrids, PHEV then there are gasoline stations.
According to a recent U.S. Census data, there were 118,756 gas stations in the US in 2007. To be fair, gasoline stations have been closing down these past few years and the 2012 data isn’t yet available yet, but this is nonetheless a nice milestone for the industry and the writing on the wall is clear; the electric motor is the future of the automobile.
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