We’ve covered individual electric car accomplishments before, like the man who put 100,000 miles on his Nissan Leaf and the durability of Tesla’s Roadster batteries that surpassed even their makers’ expectations. Still, even with all the sales numbers and chatter, it’s easy to forget that electric cars are gaining more and more mainstream acceptance- but one sharp-eyed Cleantechnica reader didn’t forget. In fact, he checked a few online databases and found out that EVs have crossed the 1 billion miles driven mark.
By a lot.
Here’s more on the story from Cleantechnica’s Zachary Shahan, below.
A CleanTechnica reader noticed this week that EV miles driven in the Nissan LEAF, Chevy Volt, and Tesla vehicles have clearly surpassed 1 billion electric miles. That’s based on Chevy Volt drivers who opted to share their info via OnStar, Nissan LEAF…