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Should you get an electric vehicle? Take the test.

               
Do you need a new car?
NO
Don't get an electric car
 
 
 

YES

NO







Are you sick of petrol stations, oil changes and major services?
The noise that an electric vehicle makes, or lack there of, won't be for you.
 
 
 

YES

YES







Are you a V8 lover that could never give up the rumbling sounds of a motor engine?
With a current range of up to 150km, the EV might not be for you. Stick to fuel, for now...
 
 
 

NO

NO







Is your commute to work less than 100km per day?
Don't get an electric vehicle. Have fun breathing in CO2 emissions.
 
 
Don't get an electric car.

YES

NO







NO
Are you open to new, cleaner ways of getting around town?
Have you unplugged your hair straightener?
NO
Unplug your hair straightener.
Buy an electric car.
YES
Think you'll make an investment on a cheaper priced EV in the future?

YES

NO

YES




YES

YES

NO
Do you have a free power point in your household?
YES
Do you forget to recharge your mobile phone?
NO
Do you have solar panels or are looking to invest in renewable energy?
YES
Do you have a spare $40 000 to spend on a new vehicle?
NO
Over time the overall price of an EV equals to less than the price you'd spend on your normal motor vehicle. Can you justify the spend?


YES


NO


YES



Reconsider your ability to remember to recharge your car.
Don't get an EV.
NO
Get them. You'll not only reduce your electricity bill, but if you run your brand spankin' new EV from it, it'll be entirely emissions free. Interested now?