Driving an electric car in Utah costs half as much, mile per mile, as driving a gas car. Plus, when you drive electric, many routine maintenance tasks (for example, oil changes, timing belt replacements, emissions testing) become a thing of the past!
The following savings calculators can help you determine how much money you can save, and how much you can reduce your carbon footprint by going electric.
NOTE: The 2018 Nissan leaf consumes an average of 30 kWh/100m. Source
The EV Explorer tool from University of California, Davis allows you to explore the cost of your commute with you current vehicle to that of an EV. Check it out here. Here’s one sample commute: