One common reason people do not purchase EVs is because they have doubts about range. Many people believe EVs can only travel short distances before running out of power. However, most Americans drive 40 or fewer miles a day. Most of today's battery electric vehicles (BEVs) have ranges of over 250 miles. This means that a BEV has enough range to cover your daily needs without recharge during the day. Alternatively, range limitations are a non-issue for plug-in electric hybrid vehicles (PHEVs). PHEVs can drive up to 300+ miles on a combination of electricity and gasoline.