Electric vehicles, often viewed as a means of reducing pollution from gas-powered automobiles, have gained a small but growing share of the car and truck market. While they eliminate the tailpipe emissions from internal combustion engines, EVs come with their own set of issues that could affect other road users, pedestrians and the environment, one transport policy analyst says.
“Electric vehicles are heavy,” David Zipper, who studies urban policy and new mobility technologies, told Electric Vehicles InSite. “A Ford Lightning e-truck weighs 1,600 pounds more than a comparable F-150. That extra heft creates some serious problems.”
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