How Electric Vehicles Work

Electric Vehicles make use of electric motors instead of engines that burn fuel for power. The basic components of an electric vehicle include an electric motor, a battery pack, and a charger. 

The electric motor is the primary source of power for the vehicle, and it is responsible for turning the wheels and propelling the car forward. 

which then converts the AC (alternating current) electricity from the outlet to DC (direct current) electricity that can be stored in the battery. 

The charging process can take anywhere from a few hours to several hours depending on the size of the battery and the speed of the charging system. 

Once the battery is charged, the electric motor can use the stored electricity to turn the wheels and propel the car forward. 

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