Vehicles that are 100% electric do not emit particles, smoke or hydrocarbons, which makes them perfectly “clean” cars that are kind to the environment.
Electric models do not use fossil fuels. Their yield in primary energy is significantly greater.
Electric cars are economical and consume virtually nothing when they are not moving. At the same time, their batteries switch into recharge mode while decelerating and going downhill.
They are perfectly silent and do not represent a noise nuisance for residents. Drivers can enjoy silence and unmatched flexibility in terms of driving.
Electricity is cheaper than petrol.
Maintenance is virtually non-existent.
With respect to their environmental characteristics, a series of measures for sustainable mobility have been implemented to encourage the purchase of electric vehicles:
A new tax allowance for the purchase of private zero-emissions vehicles,
The re-evaluation of the tax benefit for service vehicles, depending on their polluting effect relative to their contribution to the greenhouse effect (CO2 emissions) and air pollution (particle emissions and NOx emissions).
These measures, which are based on objectives linked to both public health and protection of the environment, are in addition to efforts to promote public transport and soft mobility.