• Mohamed waly
  • يونيو 29, 2020
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  •  facts about electric cars

    Demand for electric cars is increasing around the world, and electric cars are expected to achieve a breakthrough in proliferation and broad leaps in development and efficiency by 2025. Although electric cars sales around the world may only reach 5% of all car sales, many Experts and specialists affirm that electric cars will start sweeping the market in the coming years.

    Many people still ask basic questions about electric cars, sometimes out of curiosity, and wanting to know more in order to buy an electric car that helps to save and conserve the environment. Here are five basic information about electric cars:

    1. Its driving is fun

    You may hear some drivers of cars running on fossil fuels accusing electric cars of having poor driving and that the experience of sitting behind the wheel does not give the feeling of torque that other cars running on fossil fuels provide.

    But the accusation is completely false. Quite simply, the mechanism of operation of the electric car is free of complications, and you do not need a transmission to increase the speed, when you press the accelerator, the car starts without any hindrance. The acceleration of electric cars may push your head towards the headrest every time you press the power pedal, and this is definitely felt by those riding in the electric car.

    On the other hand, you may not have to use the brakes as much as you would when driving an ordinary car. Many electric cars include the automatic brake mechanism when the foot is removed from the power pedal, as happens in the "BMW i3 Rex", or driving in the "B" position as in the Nissan Lev or the electric golf, knowing that the use of the brakes in the electric car Helps replace lost electrical power and recharge the battery.

    2. Calm and comfortable

    The electric car is suspiciously quiet and striking for those who are used to regular cars and disturbing their engine sound. This may be evident when pedestrians do not notice your car behind them, and you may have to alert them to the car horn in order to clear the road or not move toward your car suddenly while they do not know. Some cars certainly paid attention to this matter, such as the "BMW i3", with the feature of automatic ballast and sensing objects near the car. The Nissan Lev, for example, provided a simpler solution. The car will sound a little louder when driving at less than 30 km per hour.

    But this sound definitely remains much less annoying than regular cars, and that makes listening to music on the open road an exquisite and unique experience that we miss in fossil fuel cars. Your conversation through the Bluetooth headset or your dialogue with the passengers in the car will also be more clear, and you will not need to raise your voice to begin to ensure that others hear you clearly.

    3. "Fuel" consumption is different from regular cars

    When you are stuck in a traffic jam, you will find that the average car consumes a lot of fuel, because the engine in most cars does not stop moving, and you will see that the fuel consumption in crowded places will increase. On the other hand, if you are on a highway, the combustion of fuel decreases and consumption becomes more efficient, because the car is on high spare parts, and the car will be driven by the force of movement present at that speed.

    The opposite is true for electric cars. Energy consumption decreases when you slow down, and the car collects energy and recharges the battery when the brakes are depressed. But when driving on highways, energy consumption is much faster, which is why the use of electric cars on remote highways is adventure if there are no electrical charging points on the road.

    4. Sometimes you need fast shipping

    Many electric car users may not be forced to fast charging in electrical charging points that are usually at gas stations, because whoever chooses this car usually has movement within the city between work, home and shopping centers, so he only needs to put it in the electrical socket in a garage Home when he returns from outside in the evening, to power the battery during the night, knowing that it may take between 10 and 13 hours to charge the battery.

    But fast charging points are increasingly spreading in many parts of the world, even in the Arab world in countries such as Jordan, Morocco, Algeria and other countries. So, before purchasing an electric car, you may need to make sure that it supports normal and fast charging, because this feature is not available in all cars.

    5. Community of electric car owners nice and solidarity

    Once you've got an electric car, you'll find yourself part of a cute community that brings together solidarity, love and help. There are a lot of forums and Facebook pages full of enthusiastic electric cars, and they want to provide help, support and advice for those who want to enter the world of electric cars. You may even find many offering to host other people's cars in their homes for shipment for several hours and seize the opportunity to make new and interesting friendships and relationships.