Is it safe to drive an electrical car? More importantly, it is safe to drive a Do It Yourself ( DIY ) electrical vehicle? The reason why I ask the issue is because I read an article recently about the accident rate of hybrid car owners. The article was from USAToday.com and there had been a study made and they found 2 engaging results.
reputedly, hybrid vehicle owners get more traffic tickets and had more accidents! You can read the full article at : hybrid vehicle owners drive more and get more traffic tickets, study unearths.
Hybrid vehicle owners will drive 25 % more compared against a standard automobile owner. When we have a fuel use vehicle, we tend to drive more because there’s a sense that we are not spending too much money. When you drive more, the chances of you getting into an accident are also higher.
Here’s an interesting fact.
Is It Safe To Drive An Electric Car Conversion?
What does this mean to electric vehicle owners? A hybrid car is one step away from a pure add-on auto. An EV has only the electric motor.
If hybrid owners were to drive more in their auto, would EV owners do the same as well? I suspect they will commute more short distances because EV is restricted by its mileage. A normal sedan electric auto has roughly sixty – 100 miles before it has to be recharged.
If you were to crash your EV, it is safe to say you will end up with a giant bill! The most expensive parts would be the electric motor, electric controller and the batteries. Not to mention the massive period of time needed to mend and re-check all the system. Is it safe to drive a home made electrical vehicle on the road? That will rely on the person behind the wheel.
Mechanical smart, there are a few components that you have to make note of to keep the EV safe on the road. So in summary, electric car conversion ARE safe!
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