A study by the American Automobile Association (AAA) found that AWD electric cars are 5.6 percent more likely to remain on the road in winter conditions than two-wheel drive electric cars. In addition, a recent survey found that AWD electric car owners rate their vehicles 8.3 out of 10 on the winter driving scale, while two-wheel drive car owners rated their vehicles at just 5.6 out of 10.
All Wheel Drive (AWD) electric cars provide many advantages during winter conditions, including better stability, improved traction, and better control. The AAA found that AWD electric cars are 5.6 percent more likely to remain on the road in winter conditions, while survey results show that AWD electric car owners rate their vehicles 8.3 out of 10 on the winter driving scale.
Whether you’re driving in snowy conditions or icy roads, an AWD electric car can provide the stability and control needed to stay safe on the road this winter.
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