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Study: Range anxiety remains major global hurdle for electric cars

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Driving an electric is only fun if you know you’ve got somewhere to charge it up again. In spite of efforts from many governments to push consumers away from diesel and petrol, the fear of running out of juice before the next socket continues to plague electric vehicles, according to a new global study. As charging networks remain patchy in many countries, more than a quarter (27 per cent) of people taking part in an international survey say the availability of public charging stations is “critical” for their decision whether or not to switch to an electric car. The biggest overall concern whe…

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