Electric cars are some of the most desirable items in an effort to make the world a greener place, but finding one can be daunting. Most of the makers of those cars have waiting lists, and produce only a limited number of models per year. Finding charging stations between stops on long trips can be equally daunting. At the moment, the idea of electric cars is wildly popular, but the practicality is dubious. Not enough people are on board, so to speak. Fewer than 15,000 completely electric cars are currently on U.S. roads, according to Plug In America, a group promoting the technology as a sensible alternative to gasoline.
Probably a lot more people would be driving electric cars, if they just knew where to find them and understood more about how they are recharged and powered. Moreover, many people have the mistaken idea that the electric cars are concept-only, and cannot be owned yet. Here is an infographic that will clarify that misconception. The following are all electric cars that can be bought now: