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Is your country properly regulating electric cars?

riberet19

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04/23/24
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In my country, the government is making an effort to properly regulate electric cars and to be able to accelerate their adoption, setting standards for the installation of electric charging points, improving the general infrastructure to adapt it to electric cars, setting long-term targets for decarbonization in the automotive sector and some more regulations.

Is your country striving to make electric cars a reality through rules and regulations?
 
In theory, our country is promotion electric vehicles but in practical point of view they are doing nothing. They have not reduced exercise duty or sales taxes for electric cars and EV have to compete with fossil fuel cars, which makes them very expensive.
 
My country has not put in any effort yet to even adopt the use of electric cars and I don't see this happening any time soon. We still have a long way to go before this can be possible.
 
My country is indifferent regarding electric cars. That's because they know that mainstream adoption of electric cars would be the next two decades in my country at the earliest. We are always quite slow in adapting to technology.
 
In our country, most of the innovations take place at the expense of private initiatives. Charging for such cars is established only at gas stations that are a private enterprise, at that time only 3 types of fuel can be found at state gas stations
 
Our country has taken significant steps in implementing regulations for electric vehicles or EVs. These regulations are intended for establishing a structure for the operation of smaller electric vehicles and encouraging their use by offering incentives to owners, such as discounts on EV registration fees. The government is actively working on formulating additional regulations to further support the adoption of EVs.
 


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