Say hello to one-pedal driving
There are plenty of reasons to buy an EV. Whether that’s trying to reduce pollution, lower maintenance and fuel costs, or wanting to be able to drive without the roar of an engine following you everywhere you go.
Having owned an EV for several months, a 2019 Nissan Leaf, I can appreciate a lot of those things.
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