Is it safe to plug or unplug your EV in the rain? Drive through a car wash or a puddle? Do EVs and water mix? Keep reading for these answers and more.
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With so many incentives available (including the IRS EV tax credit), you want to figure out what you’re eligible for before buying an EV. Let’s break it down.
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