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On the Fence About EVs? Learn More With Our Guide for the EV Curious

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Gasoline-powered vehicles may still own the road, but electric vehicles are rapidly entering the wider consumer consciousness, with more than 100 new options planned by 2025 and federal funding for infrastructure currently in a heated debate. That’s why Cars.com is here to help shoppers interested in EV ownership with our free Guide for the EV Curious event.

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Searches for EVs on Cars.com have almost doubled since 2020, but EV sales are growing at a slower rate. Interest in EVs may be on the rise, especially as more automakers commit by adding gas-free SUV and pickup trucks, but many reasons exist to be hesitant on a purchase. Perhaps it’s anxiety over range or battery lifespan, or maybe it’s more a lack of charging locations and questions around the hardware required to charge at home.

Whatever your concern, Cars.com’s team of Editorial experts can explain everything you need to know about EV choices and ownership — both the drawbacks and the advantages.

Interested? Register in advance at Live.cars.com, then join us Oct. 28 at noon CDT as our experts demystify EVs and answer your questions.

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