Due to their favourable environmental effects and potential long-term cost advantages, electric automobiles are growing in popularity.

Several drivers compare the fuel usage of electric vehicles to that of conventional combustion engine automobiles.

Let's investigate how much an electric automobile actually costs to travel 100 km.

The following six expenses either directly or indirectly determine how much an electric automobile will cost per mile:

 tyres, driving energy (traction current), insurance, maintenance, repairs, and depreciation.

In conclusion, the cost of operating an electric vehicle entails more than just energy usage.

Drivers can choose a vehicle more wisely if they are aware of the true costs associated with operating an electric vehicle.

Drivers should also consider their own values when determining how much they are willing to pay for specific costs, such as insurance premiums and electricity costs.