1． Different sources of energy.
As can be seen from the name, electric cars use electricity, while ordinary cars use ordinary gasoline. Due to different energy sources, their use methods are also unequal. Electric vehicles mainly rely on charging, and fuel vehicles mainly rely on petroleum.
2． The waiting state is different.
While the car is waiting, ordinary vehicles still need to consume gasoline. For example, when you encounter a red light or a traffic jam, you are unlikely to turn because the waiting time at this time is uncertain. It may be a few minutes or tens of minutes, which is different for electric vehicles. The electric car is not afraid of stalling, it can stop completely, and it will not take long to start like an ordinary car. In addition, some electric vehicles have battery panels. When waiting for the auto, if there is sun, you can charge while waiting.
3． The emissions are different.
General energy vehicles burn gasoline, so the exhaust contains a lot of exhaust gas, which causes harm to air pollution. The air quality in big cities is low, mainly because cars burn too much oil and exhaust gas exceeds the natural balance. Electric vehicles have no emissions, are perfectly environmentally friendly, and will not adversely affect the environment.