These 5 states have the highest adoption of electric cars

5. Arizona
Arizona is a state that’s great for people who want to retire. There is rarely a traffic jam where you’re left driving for hours to get home. It makes sense that people who have saved up money would move to place with a stable economy.

4. Georgia
It makes sense that Georgia would be ranked in the top five. Their economy is improving and they even have a football stadium named after the Mercedes Benz brand. When people are constantly moving to a place, they will take what’s valuable with them, including their electric cars.

3. Oregon
Oregon is getting better in terms of luring people to their state. Being close to the bay area and silicon valley. People who who have family in Norther California and Washington would be recommended to have an electric car. Plus will the lucrative corporations in Oregon their going to try to give you benefits

2. Washington
Washington has been a wealthy state for awhile now. Its the same state where Microsoft and Starbucks were founded. People want to live more practically and put less pollution in the air. Electric have almost become a trend and looks like that will continue for years.

1. California
Its not surprising to see California on any state list. They have the highest population of any US state. With a high population comes with a great economy and businesses. Not to mention that Los Angeles constantly has trade shows so people have an incentive to be interested.

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