As hybrid vehicles collect global popularity, they still find themselves plagued with myths and off-putting stories. It is important you can separate myth and fact in any category, but when purchasing an automobile it is also very important. Whether you’re haunted by stories of necessary wall sockets, inconvenient fuel cells, or any other negative press tales—understand there’s a motive behind these accounts. It is understandable that people may have a hard time accepting such a drastic change to something as concrete and time proved as the automobile. America itself has essentially grown up and evolved around the automobile for its entire second century of existence, and so misconceptions about the hybrid are inevitable. But don’t worry; we’re going to set the record straight. Below we have listed what we perceive to be the Top 5 Hybrid Myths, and we’re pretty sure you’ve heard them before. But we will further elaborate how true each one is, and give you the real scoop on hybrid automobiles.
The Top Five Myths (And the real story behind them)
1: Hybrid Cars Require Plugs and Sockets to Recharge-
This is a big one, I’m sure you’ve heard it a time or two when discussion moves on to hybrid automobiles. They say in order to utilize a hybrid car, you’ll have to plug it in and charge it like one giant Fisher-Price toy jeep or something. When you hear this, you think it’s just another thing you have to remember to charge: Continue reading