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Electric Vehicles Do Work In Cold Weather

Critics of electric vehicles sometimes mistakenly or misleadingly try to dismiss electric vehicles by claiming that they don’t work in cold weather. This view is quite untrue and easily proven incorrect. All EVs operate in cold weather, but their driving ranges do decrease to varying degrees in cold weather
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