In Gambia, an electric vehicle!Did you know that driving a car does not necessitate stopping at a gas station to purchase fuel?After a year of testing in Gambia, the results of the first electric car, the Nissan Leaf, have been released.
The Gambia Electric Vehicle Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
After a year of testing in Gambia, the results of the first electric car, the Nissan Leaf, have been released.
It has performed better than expected, and there is no electric car like it for Africa. I believe that electric cars are more efficient in Africa than they are in Western nations.
Here are six great advantages of an electric car in Africa.
Fuel:A full charge will cost you D150 in electricity or cash power, and a full charge can take you up to 80 miles with the air conditioning on, which is typically sufficient for your daily commute.
It saves you more the cost of fuel on a daily basis. If you typically spend D1000 on fuel per day, you will save D800 per day.Fuel is of poor quality, burns quickly, and is expensive in Africa.
Commuting:In contrast to fuel-consumption vehicles that waste fuel in traffic, electric cars do recharge when driving in traffic and make frequent brakes. This gives you better mileage when driving in traffic, and our traffic is always congested.
Driving off-roading:Surprisingly, the Nissan Leaf has excellent suspension and handles bumpy roads well.During the test, I never got my stock stuck in the sand. It has good traction.
Repairs:There are fewer mechanical issues to deal with because there is no combustion system.
In the year that it has been in Gambia, it has not had a single mechanical issue; the only time it has been to a mechanic is for a problem with the wheels and tires.
Savings:In just a year,.This cash can be utilized for various purposes as opposed to discarding it at gas stations.
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