Electric cars are a dead end

18 June 2024
We need public transport, not cities filled with electric cars.

The plan to promote the use of electric cars to reduce transport’s CO2 emissions has proved to be a complete failure in Europe.

This is clearly shown by the statistics on the changes in the total number of cars and the number of pure electric vehicles – battery electric vehicles, BEVs – during the last decade or so. We count hybrid cars as internal combustion engine cars, since the former are usually not much better than the latter.

In 2010, there were 27,018,000 cars in Great Britain. By 2022, their number increased by 3,196,000 to 30,214,000. During the same period, the number of BEVs increased by a mere 619,000.

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