In 10 seconds? Living in a distant place, a patchy charging infrastructure and a challenging environment can make rural folk twice before switching to electric cars.A recent study suggests the conversion could make sense - with some caveats.

What's the story? Researchers have found that electric vehicles can handle greater distances than previously thought. This new finding suggests that even people who live in remote regions can switch to electric vehicles and still be able to access essential services, with some careful planning.

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