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  • Writer's picturePhil Villegas

Fun Fact - Insight Vol. 32

At the turn of the 19th century, nearly 40% of American cars were electric. During that time, electric vehicles (EVs) shared the roads with steam-powered and gasoline-powered cars. The acceptance of electric cars was initially hindered by a lack of power infrastructure, but by 1912, many homes were wired for electricity, leading to a surge in the popularity of electric vehicles. It’s fascinating to think that EVs had such a significant presence in the early automotive landscape!

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