LANSING — Eric Davis loves his Tesla Model 3. It’s not just the reduced carbon footprint that comes from driving an electric vehicle or the weekly financial savings from not having to purchase gas.
It’s the performance and acceleration, he said, which is “night and day” from an internal combustion engine.
“It’s just a very different kind of driving,” said Davis, 43, of Ann Arbor.
But like many electric vehicle owners, he acknowledged the occasional bout of range anxiety, the fear of being stranded with a dead battery far from a charging station.
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