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Electric Vehicles are for people who have realised we need to stop using petrol, want quieter transport and like all the technical advances EV’s provide. AmazingEV provides a friendly place to buy and sell used EV’s, with like minded people.
We work with a number of buyers of petrol or ICE vehicles and can put you in touch with someone that can help. Here at AmazingEV we are dedicated to selling only Electric Vehicles.
Electric vehicles offer numerous benefits, including reduced carbon emissions, lower operating costs, quieter rides, and the potential for government incentives. They also contribute to a cleaner environment by decreasing air pollution and dependence on fossil fuels.
AmazingEV offers detailed reviews and comparisons of various electric vehicle models, including their features, specifications, range, charging capabilities, and more. You can explore these resources to find the EV that best suits your lifestyle and preferences.
EVs don’t use any gasoline at all. Whereas Hybrids still use some, so you’ve still got all the complexity and maintenance costs of an ICE car, plus the weight of the EV motor and battery. About as pointless as wearing a beanie in summer! We say, if you are going to make the switch, do it properly and go full EV.
ICE stands for Internal Combustion Engine, otherwise known as a Petrol or Diesel car or truck. It’s now a commonly used acronym as the old alternative to EV’s.
EV’s are expected to get well over 300,000 km in their life time. Most EV’s built now have batteries that should be good for over 500,000 km. In excess of most ICE cars and without the annual maintenance. So a used EV with under 100,000 km still has plenty of life left.
Electric vehicles generally require less maintenance than their internal-combustion counterparts, but they are still complex machines that require service and maintenance.
Apart from filling up the windscreen washer fluid, it will be filters, tyres, brakes and bearings. All much slower wearing than an ICE car.
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