American Auto Traders Group: No coercive measures on electric cars

American Auto Traders Group: No coercive measures on electric cars


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A group of American auto dealers has called on the Biden administration to return to regulations requiring two out of every three cars sold in the United States to be electric by 2032. The auto dealers wrote in a letter to President Joe Biden that most U.S. car buyers are not now interested in purchasing Electric cars. Not even with government incentives.

According to car sellers, the government should not force people to drive electric. The letter was issued on Tuesday.

“The reality is that demand for electric vehicles is not keeping pace with the large influx of fully electric vehicles into our auto companies. Our locations are completely full of these vehicles,” the letter states.

According to dealers, consumers are ignoring electric cars due to high purchase prices. They also don’t have options for at-home charging. Long charging time and loss of range in cold or hot weather were also mentioned among the disadvantages. Additionally, the driving range becomes much shorter once you tow something with the car, according to the auto group.

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