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Alarming study : Electric vehicles aren’t as reliable as mechanical vehicles

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A recent study found electric vehicles suffer from numerous flaws due to their complicated software. In a report released in Le Point, a French Le Point newspaper Le Point, writer Jacques Chevallier stated that it is generally accepted that an electric motor – with only a few moving parts is more robust than a mechanical one, and this could be the case. However, what is essential to the customer is the entire car and the various issues it may have.

The writer mentions that according to an investigation by popular English magazine “Which,” which polled around 48 thousand automobile owners on their trustworthiness, the number of breakdowns during the last twelve months was 31.4 percent of electric vehicles.

The author states that following the same standards, the study identified problems with the diesel models of 29% of cars and 19% of gasoline-only models. The study concludes that there are apparent variations by model and brand in each category; however, the trend of electric vehicles will continue to exist.

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The writer states that electric cars appear accessible in concept; however, they’re complicated due to the vast quantity of electronic gadgets and their sophisticated software, which is why new after-sales services are being developed. IT professionals are required to manage failures that occur.

According to the writer, it is essential to note that many people are aware when a device like a smartphone is not repairable and turns into a piece of scrap which is among the most resentful aspects of this fragility. Vehicles.

Double punishment
The author explains electric car owners suffer two penalties when their vehicle breaks down. They will have to be without a car for at least five days until it is repaired. For the many problems with electric cars, The software glitch will first take the lead, after which comes the 12-volt battery, and then finally, the electric braking system.

The author explains that this technology requires some changes despite the international spotlight on it in the context of a universal solution.

The author confirms that the car that is least affected by issues can be found in one of them, the Korean “Kia E Niro,” with 6.2% of defects and 1 percent of fixed faults. Unlike hybrid electric vehicles, cars with two-drive systems that operate either in tandem or in rotation are considered among the top automobiles on the planet.

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