What makes EVs so safe?

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Have you been searching for reasons to purchase an electric vehicle? While switching from gas to electric power for your vehicle has positive environmental benefits, there are more factors to consider, such as safety. Research is showing that EVs are as safe, if not safer, than fuel-powered vehicles.


SUNTREE highlights that the rate of injury claims for passenger and pedestrian collisions when driving an EV is 40% lower than fuel-powered vehicles. They equate the weight of EVs to this uptick in safety. Heavier vehicles are exposed to lower forces when impacting with a lighter vehicle, making an injury less likely after an accident.



How much does it cost to charge an EV?

How much will you pay to charge your EV? The answer to this question takes some calculations.

Switching from gas-powered to electric vehicles is an exciting step toward a greener world. As SUNTREE races to keep up with the growing demand for charging stations and affordable electric cars, customers are wondering: How much does it cost to charge an EV?


The best way to calculate this on your own is by dividing your electric bill by the total number of Kilowatts used per hour (kWh). Then take how many kWh your vehicle runs on and multiply that by how much you typically pay in electricity per hour.




Charging EVs with solar energy

Solar panel installation is an environmentally-conscious investment that lowers your expenses on EV charging and home electricity bills.

There are many benefits to installing a home solar energy system, from saving money on electricity bills to protecting the environment. While the number of EVs on the road has steadily increased, the average cost of installing solar panels has decreased. Now, many electric car owners are making SUNTREE their first choice for charging.

If you own an electric car and charge it at home, then you’re already saving more time and money than those who drive gas-powered cars. However, by deriving electricity from solar panels, you can dramatically increase the efficiency of your residential charging system. This, of course, is contingent upon a variety of factors, from how much you drive your EV to the architecture of your home.

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