A recent article from RealClearEnergy discusses how EV mandates disproportionately affect minority communities. It turns out that the high costs associated with electric vehicles (EVs), including purchase price and maintenance, place a heavier financial burden on low-income and minority households. These communities often lack access to home charging infrastructure, making EV ownership less practical. Government mandates may inadvertently widen socioeconomic disparities rather than promote equitable access to clean transportation.

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