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According to Inside EVs (This article and its images were originally posted on Inside EVs January 11, 2019 at 07:09AM.)
A massive 88 percent said they would not return to internal combustion-powered cars.Almost nine in 10 electric vehicle drivers would never go back to driving a car powered by petrol or diesel, according to new research.A study by electric vehicle YouTube channel Fully Charged found that 88 percent of plug-in car drivers said they would definitely not switch back to fossil fuels after having owned an electric vehicle (EV).
Seven percent of those quizzed said they were not sure whether they would turn back to internal combustion, while the remaining five percent said they would consider making a return to petrol- or diesel-powered cars.
However, just under a quarter of the channel’s audience (24 percent) said they currently owned an electric car, with the vast majority (54 percent) claiming to own a petrol-powered vehicle. Diesel was the second most popular fuel, accounting for 35 percent of viewers, while a combined total of 11 percent were the owners of petrol hybrids or plug-in hybrids.
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