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Explore The Benefits of the New All-Electric Lineup of Chevy Vehicles

Electric vehicles have recently become the vehicle of choice for drivers in the Rockville and Attica areas. The love for the environment and the need for a fuel-efficient ride have made many people consider buying or leasing hybrid and all-electric vehicles. The predominant electric vehicles among drivers are the Chevrolet Bolt EV and Bolt EUV.

Check out our inventory of the new Chevrolet Bolt models and their many trims at Mike Alsop Auto Group locations. The Chevrolet Bolt is quiet and enjoyable to drive an all-electric car. The Bolt can take you anywhere you want to go within and outside the area.

Getting an all-electric vehicle is a cost-cutting move, but even more important is knowing that Mike Alsop Auto Group is a great place to get a Chevrolet electric vehicle. On this page, you will learn more about how to find a local charging hub/port. We will also discuss the benefits of electric vehicles, including all you need to know about repairing electric vehicles-including a little more about the Chevrolet's lineup of all-electric vehicles.

Benefits of Electric Vehicles:

Gas-Free Efficiency

Besides giving you the peace of mind of not worrying where your next gas station is, the all-electric vehicles have several benefits, which include:

They are more environmentally friendly

All-electric vehicles are good for the environment since they don't have an exhaust system. Unlike hybrids and gas engines, they don't emit pollutants into the atmosphere. Hence, they contributed to cleaner air and low greenhouse gas emissions.

Electricity can be generated from solar and wind

Electric vehicles can be powered by renewable resources such as solar, wind, and hydropower. Fuel is a non-renewable resource that can be depleted in the future. Homes and charging stations with solar panels will power your all-electric car for free. Electricity is less expensive compared to gas. Additionally, most electric cars come equipped with a free regenerative braking system to supplement the energy required to drive the vehicle.

Saves a lot of money in maintenance cost

Electric vehicles are less costly in the long run because they don't require frequent maintenance. All-electric cars like the Chevrolet Bolt EV and EUV do not need oil because they do not use a gas engine. Which means it will not be necessary to change oil. This saves you some money on maintenance and repairs that come with a standard combustion engine. Additionally, electric vehicles require fewer brake replacements compared to their gasoline counterparts.

They are less noisy than gasoline vehicles

Electric vehicles are relatively silent, especially when fully charged. You may not notice an electric car is approaching unless it hoots. This has prompted some states to consider installing noisemakers to warn pedestrians of oncoming cars.

Owners of electric vehicles are typically eligible for tax credits

If you are an original owner of an all-electric vehicle, you can claim a tax credit solely for driving a more environmentally friendly car. Drivers of these vehicles can get up to $7500 in credit in some jurisdictions. Check online whether a new Chevy Bolt EV or Bolt EUV is eligible for tax credits in your locality.

Preferential treatment

In some states, owners of electric vehicles have their own highway lanes. During rush hours, certain major highways around the U.S. include HOV (High Occupancy Vehicle) lanes that allow you to avoid traffic. This is also called a carpool lane, although electric car drivers can also use it even when traveling alone.

What New Car Owners Need to Know About Care and Maintenance of Electric Vehicles

Owning an electric vehicle will save you money in the long run. Firstly, it will save you from the expensive gas cost, and the second and most important fact is the low cost of repair and maintenance. However, like any other machine, there is a cost implication for maintaining these vehicles, albeit much lower than the gasoline vehicles.

Here are some of the things new car owners should consider concerning repairing and maintenance:

  • Electric car owners benefit from having some basic knowledge or training on troubleshooting, assessing damages, and safety training.
  • Do some research to know where to get electric car services in your town. The certified technicians at the Mike Alsop Auto Group locations are trained to work on the Chevy Bolt EV and Chevy Bolt EUV, so when it comes time for scheduled maintenance or repairs, you can trust your electric vehicle to us.
  • Before doing any work on your Bolt model on your own, you should be aware of the workshop tips and safety precautions of these vehicles. Electric vehicles use live power of very high voltage. Therefore, you should seriously consider leaving maintenance to the certified professionals at Mike Alsop Auto Group.

How to Find a Local Charging Hub or Port in Indiana

If you live in Attica or Rockville, you can find electric charging stations from the ChargHub stations map. This map will show you all the spots near your house or place of work. Alternatively, you can find charging stations at many local gas stations.

The Chevrolet Lineup of Electric Vehicles

Over the past few years, Chevrolet has released a quality lineup of all-electric and hybrid vehicles that would appeal to many drivers. The all-electric vehicles among them include the:

  • Chevrolet Bolt EUV
  • Chevrolet Bolt EV

Get Your Chevy EV From Mike Alsop Auto Group

Browse our inventory of new Chevrolet Bolt EV and Bolt EUV models for more details at Mike Alsop Auto Group. Our experts will be happy to schedule a test drive for you. We will also help you select the best model to fit your driving needs and your budget.

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