Dispelling Five Electric Car Car Myths

Christian Science Monitor takes on some of the more common and erroneous myths about electric cars

Published: 20-Jan-2014

Every now and then we get a reader question that reminds us how many myths about green cars are out there.

In the interests of helping you actually save money by using less gasoline, here are five of our favorites--with explanations as to why they're myths.

1) Boosting gas mileage from 33 to 50 mpg saves more gasoline than replacing a 10-mpg vehicle with one that does 20 mpg.

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