The acceptance of the electric vehicle is logically highest in countries such as the Netherlands and Norway. This is partly due to the good infrastructure for charging electric vehicles.
But there are also many charging stations in Germany and France. Besides the Netherlands, these three EU countries have about 70 percent of all charging stations on their territory. Oddly enough, the French have nothing to do with electric cars. According to a study by the German Statistical Office statistics 81% of the French say they will not buy an electric car when they are ready for a new model.
Even Americans, who are true pickup addicts, behave better than the French: 22 percent of them like the electric car. It is not known what makes the French so reluctant. Indeed, electricity is widely available and the country is full of nuclear power plants, and the arguments for limited driving range, slow charging or high prices also apply to all other countries.
Belgian site Jokar He believes the French government is not adequately assisting with the transition. This may be evidenced, among other things, by subsidies for fossil fuels in the context of the crisis. Also, top French auto industry executives, such as Carlos Tavares of Stellants, often denounce the electric car. Something undoubtedly affects public opinion.
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