When electric cars and trucks rule the world, everything will stop dead when it gets cold outside

But isn’t that what jumper cables are for?

TECHStudy Shows Electric Cars Become Practically Useless In Cold Weather

ublished 12 months ago on December 1, 2019 By Michelle Williams

According to recent studies, cold temperatures significantly reduce the performance of electric cars, especially when it comes to battery life.

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One study by AAA suggested that cold temperatures can reduce the range of the batteries in most electric cars by over 40 percent. It was also noted that the performance can be even worse when the interior heaters are used.

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However, even electric car owners who live in hot regions are not safe, because high temperatures can also reduce battery range, although to a far lesser degree.