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Bumper Unveils the Best and Worst States to Own Electric Vehicles in 2022

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Bumper, a super app for car owners, announces its list of the Best and Worst States to Own Electric Cars 2022.

The second annual Bumper Best and Worst States to Own Electric Cars study comes on the heels of the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA), which calls for establishing a pathway for more electric vehicle (EV) adoption in the U.S. The IRA provides tax credits and funds to states for the building of more EV chargers. Bumper’s analysis ranks states across several factors as they relate to EV ownership and each state’s ability to support a growing EV owner population. Eleven metrics were weighted to determine the ranking list—including financial incentives,…

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