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  • Germans offered incentives to buy electric cars
  • Germans offered incentives to buy electric cars
    Robert Couse-Baker (2013) ©
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Germans offered incentives to buy electric cars

Electric vehicles are better for the environment, they save you money, and require very little maintenance  so why aren’t more people buying them? Germans could soon be offered state incentives to purchase electric cars in a bid to move the nation further along an eco-friendly path.

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