Why Electric Vehicles?

Four in ten Californians live close enough to a freeway or busy road to put them at increased risk of asthma, cancer and other health hazards. Calculate your impact and learn how Electric Vehicles can make a difference in your community.

Endorsing Organizations

American Lung Association in California • Asian Pacific Environmental Network • Asthma Coalition of Los Angeles County • Baz Allergy, Asthma & Sinus Center (San Joaquin Valley) • Black Business Association • Breathe California • California Electric Transportation Coalition (CALETC) • California Environmental Justice Alliance • California League of Conservation Voters • California Society for Pulmonary Rehabilitation • California Solar Energy Industries Association • California Thoracic Society • CalPIRG • CALSTART • Catholic Charities Diocese of Stockton • Cerebrotech • Environmental Defense Fund (EDF) • FAME Corporations • Global Green USA • Health Care Without Harm • Los Angeles County Medical Association • Moms Clean Air Force • Physicians for Social Responsibility—LA • Physicians for Social Responsibility—Sacramento • Physicians for Social Responsibility—San Francisco Bay Area • Regional Asthma Management and Prevention (RAMP) • San Francisco Asthma Task Force • San Francisco Medical Association • Sierra Club California • Solar Energy Industries Association • St. John’s Well Child and Family Centers • TransForm • Union of Concerned Scientists • Valley LEAP • Vote Solar • West Angeles Community Development Corporation •
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Walker

You’re one of {{mode_percent}}% of {{region}} commuters who walk but, {{not_mode_percent}}% still drive.

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En carro, solo

Como el {{mode_percent}}% en {{region}}, manejo solo al trabajo. Te ahorrarías hasta dos tercios en gastos de gasolina con un eléctrico.

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Climate

Driving on electricity could cut climate pollution from cars by 75% in California.

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Cyclist

You’re one of {{mode_percent}}% of {{region}} commuters who bike but, {{not_mode_percent}}% still drive.

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Caminando

Un {{mode_percent}}% camina al trabajo en {{region}}. Pero los autos en el condado de {{county}} producen {{vehicle_pollution_percent}}% de las emisiones  que causan smog.

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Beneficios climáticos

El {{climate_percentile}}% de los condados de CA producen menos contaminación climática que el condado de {{county}}. La electrificación reduciría la contaminación climática de los autos por un 75% en California.

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Por tren

El {{mode_percent}}% toma el tren al trabajo en {{region}}. Los autos provocan {{vehicle_pollution_percent}}% de las emisiones que causan smog en el condado de {{county}}.

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Pasajero

El {{mode_percent}}% toma el autobús al trabajo en {{region}}. Los autos provocan {{vehicle_pollution_percent}}% de las emisiones que causan smog en el condado de {{county}}.

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En bicicleta

El {{mode_percent}}% va al trabajo en bici en {{region}}. Pero autos en el condado de {{county}} producen {{vehicle_pollution_percent}}% de las emisiones  que causan smog.

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Beneficios a la salud

El {{ozone_percentile}}% de los ZIP en CA goza mejor calidad de aire que {{zipcode}}. Los EV reducirían las emisiones que causan smog en el condado de {{county}} por {{vehicle_pollution_percent}}%.

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Carpooler

Your carpool could save ${{savings}}/month on gas by going electric, based on prices in {{county}}.

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Breathe Easy

EVs could cut smog-forming emissions in {{county}} County by {{vehicle_pollution_percent}}%.

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Viaja con otros

El {{mode_percent}}% viaja con otros al trabajo en {{region}}. El dueño del auto se ahorraría hasta dos tercios en gasolina con un eléctrico.

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Passenger

You’re one of {{mode_percent}}% of {{region}} commuters who take the bus but, {{not_mode_percent}}% still drive.

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Rail Rider

You’re one of {{mode_percent}}% of {{region}} commuters who take the train but, {{not_mode_percent}}% still drive.

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Solo Driver

You could save ${{savings}}/month on gas by going electric, based on prices in {{county}}.

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