Electric cars are very different from traditional vehicles in the sense that they are powered by electric motors, not internal combustion engines.
excess electrical power
Each electric vehicle relies on a high-powered traction battery pack which stores excess electrical power, which then powers the electric motor driving the car. When it is plugged into a wall outlet or a specific charger, the electric car becomes “charged” and becomes capable of running away for a number of miles. After the battery has reached its maximum capacity, recharging the battery will take place. Recharging can be done either with the engine running or without it running. It is important to ensure that your particular model of the electric car has both of these options available to it when you start driving it.
require separate storage tanks
Electric cars are also different from gas vehicles in the sense that they have no exhaust or emissions to be concerned about. This means that they do not require any kind of separate storage tanks for waste gas, although some models do require some tanks if they are going to remain continuously in motion. Electric cars are also different from gas vehicles because they have no need for licensing in most jurisdictions. Therefore, they can freely travel around the United States and Canada without having to worry about making insurance claims or paying taxes.
no form of internal combustion engine
One of the major disadvantages is that they do not have any form of an internal combustion engine which requires them to rely exclusively upon electricity as a fuel source. As a result, when there is a sudden power loss, the electrical motors can experience vibrations which can cause the vehicle to derail or even tip over. Also, these types of vehicles are limited in terms of their speed because they require more energy to accelerate than other similar types of vehicles.
contribute pollution of the air
Hybrid vehicles are those vehicles powered by both electricity and gas. The gasoline engine of a hybrid vehicle can also be used to power the electricity generator of a hybrid vehicle. However, because hybrids run on gasoline, there is an increase in the pollutants that are released into the atmosphere. This means that the gases produced by the combustion of gas are more volatile than those released by the combustion of electricity. Therefore, although hybrid cars provide a sort of clean energy transportation, they do contribute to the pollution of the air.