by NHL.com reporter Jonathan Willis | Oct 18, 2018 09:55:20More than 50 years ago, the US National Basketball Association made the electrification of its players one of its most important goals.
Since then, electric cars have been a hot topic in the sport, and it’s only in recent years that the automotive industry has made significant progress in this area.
With the advent of electric cars and battery technology, the focus is on making the experience as simple and intuitive as possible for drivers, while also creating an affordable alternative to traditional gas-powered vehicles.
While there are still many questions regarding electric vehicles, there is a growing body of evidence showing that electric vehicles are much safer than gasoline-powered cars.
A recent study by the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) showed that in 2014, the average electric vehicle on the road was 4.9 miles per charge, compared to just over 8 miles for gasoline-engineed vehicles.
The study also noted that the average annual miles traveled for electric vehicles was just under 8 miles, compared with the 7.4 miles the average gasoline-car travels on average annually.
In 2016, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) reported that more than 1,500 electric vehicles were registered in the United State.
These numbers indicate that electric vehicle adoption is growing rapidly, and the number of electric vehicles in use is on the rise.
With more and more people switching to electric vehicles over the past decade, many drivers and owners are demanding better safety standards.
For many drivers, the safety benefits of the electric vehicle revolution have been well documented.
For many, electric vehicles have been proven to save lives and reduce the environmental impact of the transportation sector.
However, many still have questions about the safety of these electric vehicles and the potential for accidents to occur.
Here are 10 things you need to know about electric vehicles.1.
Are electric vehicles safer than gas-based vehicles?
Electric vehicles are safer than other vehicle modes.
Electric vehicles are inherently safer than any other vehicle mode.
In fact, electric vehicle technology is considered safer than traditional vehicles on a number of fronts.
For instance, there have been fewer than two fatalities associated with electric vehicles since the electric revolution started in the early 1990s.
In addition, studies have found that electric cars are much more environmentally friendly than gas vehicles.
Electric cars are generally significantly more fuel efficient than gas cars, and they are nearly half as likely to exceed fuel efficiency requirements in fuel economy.
These safety improvements also translate into significant reductions in carbon emissions from electric vehicles compared to gas-engine vehicles.2.
Are electrified vehicles safer on the roads?
Many electric vehicle owners and drivers are concerned about the impact that electric-powered vehicle technology will have on their vehicles, especially on the highway.
In the United Kingdom, for example, the country has one of the highest levels of vehicle accidents in the world, and electric vehicles can be a significant contributing factor to the nation’s climate change-related congestion.
In 2015, the U.K. government issued a public consultation paper on electric vehicles to determine the impact electric vehicles would have on road safety.
It concluded that electric car technology is not likely to be a problem for the majority of road users.
However for drivers who drive in densely populated areas, electric-vehicle technology may be more important than previously thought.
For example, in the U