Electric & Hybrid

Electric & Hybrid

Electric & Hybrid

All about Electric & Hybrid Vehicles

Discover the latest innovations in electric & hybrid vehicles. Read articles and learn more about the future of transportation technology.

Providing a welcome alternative to traditional gas-powered engines, electric vehicles and hybrid vehicles have gone from being a small part of the transportation conversation to the smart decision for more and more environmentally conscious drivers! Hybrid cars may’ve been around for a while, but hybrid SUVs and hybrid vans are making their mark with entries from Ford, Toyota, Chrysler, Honda and many others. Similarly, affordable electric cars are a reality as the number of electric vehicle manufacturers has grown with familiar brands like Mercedes-Benz and BMW joining established names like Tesla and new players like Rivian and Byton.

Helping to reduce the cost (and not just the carbon footprint), electric cars and plug in hybrid cars may qualify for federal tax credits and state rebates. The cost to charge an electric car could be pennies when compared to a gallon of gas. Electric charging stations are becoming a fixture across America with simple apps like Chargepoint helping keep track. Many hybrid vehicles allow solo access to the carpool lane (HOV lane) to save commuting time. And with more choices out there, savvy shoppers who want to compare electric cars can easily find the best electric cars for them.

What’s next? Hydrogen vehicles that emit only water are available in limited numbers. Future fuel cell vehicles are finding new and better ways to move you. And cheap hybrid cars that bring these innovations to greater numbers. Whatever it is, Ride is here to help you make sense of hybrids, electric cars and beyond, including the latest on self-driving cars and the mobility lifestyle.

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