Electric Fleet Cost Savings Calculator
Estimate Your Cost Savings When Switching from Gasoline to Electric
Are you considering switching to an electric fleet but unsure of the cost savings it could bring? Our EV cost savings calculator can provide you with estimates that may help make the decision-making process a simpler one. By inputting details such as mileage, fuel prices, and vehicle costs, our calculator can produce projections for fuel and maintenance savings. It’s a tool that can help you evaluate the economic advantages of transitioning to an electric fleet that can align with your company’s goals and objectives. Start using our cost-savings calculator today!
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Top 10 Electric Vehicle FAQs
Yes and no. All of the principles of driving an EV are exactly the same as driving a vehicle that runs on gas, however, there are differences in the way power is delivered to the wheels. Also, there is no engine noise, although some manufacturers have begun to introduce artificial sounds to replace engine noise.
The biggest difference between a gas-engine vehicle and an EV is the transmission. An EV has only one gear, whereas an automatic transmission in a gas vehicle has several gears. This means the torque that gas engine cars have must gradually build up, while torque is immediately available in an EV.
A long road trip is achievable, however, not without its challenges. You should plan your route for your upcoming trip and identify charging stations along the way to ensure you have ample opportunity for recharging.
There are an estimated 163,000 charging stations in the United States.
EV car batteries are known to last up from 10-20 years.
Around 8 years or 100,000 miles.
Depending on the pack, size, and manufacturer of the battery, the out-of-pocket cost for a battery replacement can range from $5,000 - $20,000.
Electric vehicles have fewer moving parts than internal combustion engines, so they require less maintenance than their counterparts. Still, EVs require regular maintenance such as rotating tires, replacing fluids, cabin air filters, and brake pads. Electric motors can also require some maintenance.
Yes, electric vehicles must meet the same federal safety standards as other cars.