President Biden rolls out plan to make EV’s more viable for rural America

The Biden administration has laid out plans to make electric vehicles more viable for rural Americans.

The regulations announced this week would require charging stations to be built every 50 miles on interstates, and they should be no more than a mile from a major highway.

The Transportation and Energy Secretaries say that rural communities should have the same access as urban areas. The administration will use $7.5 billion dollars in infrastructure funding to build the network.

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