Drive electric with a better, faster, and cleaner vehicle

Electric vehicles (EVs) are more efficient than gas-powered cars and trucks and better for the environment, too. Buying an EV is a great first step on the path to electrifying everything!

Why do it?

EVs can save you over $1,000 a year on fuel costs relative to gas vehicles, require less maintenance, and have no tailpipe emissions.


When you are ready to replace your current gas vehicle.

Who is this for?

All vehicle owners.

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EV charger

A Level 2 EV charger is not required to charge your EV, but it enables you to charge much faster than a standard outlet. Installing a Level 2 charger requires a 240 Volt circuit. Visit the EV charger page on our savings calculator to learn more.

Used EV upfront cost


New EV upfront cost


Average annual energy savings


Average annual emissions reduction

4.6+ tons

Health Benefits

No tailpipe emissions



Our Takeaway

Many EVs on the market today have a range of more than 250 miles on a single charge. Electrifying your driving can save you over $1,000 a year!

Rebates and Credits

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Learn more about electric vehicles

Electric vehicles 101

Ready to purchase an EV? Here’s everything you need to know about electric vehicles including vehicle types, charging, range, and costs.

Written by: Consumer Reports

Are electric cars better for the environment?

Written by: Rewiring America

Gas vs electric cars: Here's how much money you can save with EVs

Written by: Rewiring America

The pros and cons of electric vehicles

Written by: Bob Vila

How electric vehicles work

Written by: PCMag

EV leasing is the cheapest option for new car buyers across America

Written by: Forbes

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How do I know if my vehicle or home charger qualifies for tax credits?

Visit The website has a page dedicated to tax credits for new and used electric vehicle purchases. 

For home charging visit ElectricForAll to search home chargers by feature and cost.

Before you visit a dealer, you can browse EV vehicles from home! Pacific Gas and Electric Company has a fantastic website that lets you compare new and used vehicles by range, type, and fuel (all-electric or plug-in hybrid). You can also filter EVs by budget.

Yes. Your dealer can apply the $7,500 tax credit to any leased electric vehicle and pass the credit on to you. Only electric vehicles made in North America will receive the full tax credit.

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