Challenges and uncertainties of owning an electric vehicle in S'pore

Charging infrastructure and anxiety over how far electric vehicles can go in one charge are still major concerns. ST PHOTO: CHONG JUN LIANG
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SINGAPORE - For industry observers, Budget 2021 was a key point where Singapore'e electric vehicle (EV) dream really got into gear. The Government provided more generous incentives to reduce the cost of owning an EV. Dealers too have brought in more models.

But challenges remain in wider adoption. The Straits Times looks at three potential humps that can trip up the journey towards owning an EV.

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