North Carolina Auto Dealers Are

All In On Electric Vehicles

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5 Reasons North Carolina Auto Dealers Are

ALL IN on Electric Vehicles:

35,000+ Employees Dedicated to Electric Vehicles ​

North Carolina Auto Dealers are critical to North Carolina’s economy, bringing in $1.8 billion in tax revenue each year

Lower Prices. Dealer competition ensures North Carolinians almost always get a good price on a new car from a dealer.

Local Charitable Giving. Every car sold by a local North Carolina auto dealer goes back into the local economy and local charities. Local dealers also participate annually in local charity events.

Dealer Services. When cars need to be fixed, North Carolina's new car dealers are often the first stop. We ensure warranty service is provided, that recalls are completed, and roads are as safe as possible to drive.

By The Numbers

430,000+

New Vehicles Sold by North Carolina Dealers in 2020

$906 Million

$906 Million in NC State Sales Tax Paid Through Dealers

18,000+

New Electric Vehicles Sold in North Carolina

73,000+

North Carolina Jobs Created by NC Dealers

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RANGE

A common concern when comparing EVs and Plug-in hybrids to conventional gas vehicles is range. The typical gas-powered vehicle has on average 300 miles per tank. This is positive news for the world of electric vehicles as most can expect to float around the 200-300 mile range per charge. To put that in perspective a trip from Raleigh to Asheville should be easily achieved as a trip would run 250 miles, putting to rest the theory that gas-powered vehicles have the advantage when it comes to range. Over the next 5 years, we can expect the range of EVs and Plug-in hybrids to improve at a rapid rate.

 

Think about the last time you saw a gas pump in your neighbor’s garage. An advantage of owning an EV or Plug-in hybrid is the ability to charge your vehicle from the comfort of your own home. Do not worry if that isn’t an option there are more than almost 113,600 charging outlets in the US with North Carolina accounting for 2,554 of them. These numbers will only increase in years to come. Charging electric vehicles takes between 30 minutes to 12 hours for a full charge and it varies between vehicle and charger models.

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CHARGING