If electric car charging spots were as common as Wawa more people would drive them, advocates say

Electric car charger

LARRY HIGGS / NJ.COM – Electric cars that once ruled the road when autos were in their infancy in the early twentieth century could be poised for a resurgence in the next decade.

Legislation before the state Senate and Assembly has an ambitious goal to put more electric vehicles on the road in New Jersey by 2025 and provide the charging stations to make recharging them as easy as buying a tank of gas …

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