Driving electric in winter less challenging as ranges continue to grow

Driving electric in winter less challenging as ranges continue to grow Main Photo

25 Dec 2021


News, Runestone

ALEXANDRIA, Minn. — In the next few decades, millions more Americans are likely to drive electric vehicles instead of the internal combustion engine-driven ones most get around in right now.

But with public charging infrastructure still patchy in rural Minnesota and the Dakotas and significant battery life reduction in frigid temperatures, many in the region may wonder how practical electric vehicles are during the coldest months of the year.

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