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Cost of electric car like paying $1.14 a gallon

eGallon calculator does the math for drivers

6:17 PM, Jun. 11, 2013
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Could you really drive a car for $1.14 a gallon? Yes, according to a U.S. government tool launched Tuesday that calculates, state by state, the cost of operating electric vehicles.

To promote the use of these cars, the Department of Energy unveiled eGallon for consumers to calculate the local cost of fueling electric vehicles versus driving on gasoline. It says the current national eGallon price is about $1.14, which means a typical electric vehicle could go as far on $1.14 worth of electricity as a similar vehicle could on a gallon of unleaded gasoline. In Wisconsin, it costs $1.32 per ...

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