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Electric Vehicles Replace Petrol Diesel Cars From 2025

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Electric Vehicle Will Replace old petrol and Diesel version Cars

An electric car is a new generation of vehicles propelled by one or more using electricity to recharge batteries. Electric Vehicles will replace all petrol and diesel cars are coming between 2025-2030. Your old petrol and diesel car going out of fashion due to the heavy demands of the electric car. Many Research Institute researching the possibility of electric cars to take a replacement to the old outdated cars.

In current time all of the transport systems running on either petrol or diesel, CNG enable vehicles or some public transport running fully on electricity like a bullet train, city metro train. Petrol and Diesel are Non-renewable sources of resources that huge cause of pollution all over the world. We need renewable energy running cars who consume electricity to run will combustion of pollution can down. All are this is just to benefit the environment using renewable energy, solar energy, and others to fight Pollution and for a better world .

Electric Vehicles for Better Future

Due to daily uses of fossil fuel it go to extinct in coming year all need to an alternative to work . In future Fossil fuels become obsolete .Worldwide local government planning to introduce electric car in their city or their country . Depending on Fossil Fuel is not good petrol , diesel are become extinct due to large scale use that time all need an best alternative .

Because of Petrol and Diesel many countries generate too much Nitrogen oxide, Carbon monoxide, Sulfur dioxide that cause pollution level high every time and cause global warming. Too much combustion of petrol diesel cause earth temperature daily goes high you able to see in Antarctica, arctic ocean ice got melted and the water level goes all time high .

Biggest and world largest vehicle market is considering and planning to ban the production and sale of diesel and petrol vehicles from 2025. Xin Guobin told Xinhua, China’s official news agency China made 28 million cars last year, almost a third of the global total. The Netherlands also looking to ban diesel and petrol cars and some federal states in Germany are keen on a 2030 phase-out. India also looking to ban petrol and diesel cars in 2030. Due to high air pollution no longer selling petrol or diesel car by 2030 and it introduces the electric car is going 2019-20 .


Standford economist Tony Seba said: The global oil business will be ended by 2030 forecasting that the electrification of transportation would turn fossil-fueled obsolete. The study entitled “Rethinking Transportation 2020-2030”, published by Stanford University, says that fossil-fueled cars will vanish within eight years and the people who want to buy cars will have no choice but to invest in electric vehicles. It presents an economic analysis of existing technologies by extrapolating data to come to the conclusion that days of petrol and diesel cars are counted.

Advantages of Electric Cars :

It’s Eco Friendly means no pollution at all you don’t need diesel or petrol to run the car. It runs individual renewable sources of energy electricity to run. Driving Fuel less car cause less pollution and it lost costly than diesel and petrol. Cost Saving help you save more than $1000 in a year .

It’s also a cost effective choice for anyone you already know electricity is cheaper than diesel and petrol. The advancement of technologies has lower the cost and maintenance gown down. Therefore, the maintenance cost of these cars has come down to the other option of diesel and petrol powered car. One recharge can be able to run up to 300 km .

Disadvantages of Electric Cars

It takes more time recharge to the powered car with electricity compared to diesel and petrol car fueled within a minute, Electric cars almost 4-6 hours to get fully charged. Everywhere not a PowerPoint or recharge station for daily power need .

Not good for a city who has a shortage of electricity due to it only run only in electricity to charges. Daily Need to recharge due to power need .