Commentary: Electric vehicles are finally ready for rural drivers

EV charging symbol on pavement

EVs have finally reached the inflection point that drivers who live in rural areas can plug into the all-electric cars and save serious money along the way, writes guest commentator Joyce Bodoh.

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