Range certainty

Looking at AFV “range anxiety” in the rear-view mirror

Since the first alternative fuel vehicles hit U.S. roads, their relatively reduced driving range has been a significant deterrent to widespread adoption. Studies show that local fleets rarely require vehicles capable of traveling hundreds of miles between refueling events.  That aside, the oft-discussed feeling of  “range anxiety” takes a toll.  What if I need to make an unplanned delivery today? What if  I get diverted to a longer route because of traffic

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