In our last post, we have talked at length about how to promote the implementation of electromobility and what are the deterrent barriers for the potential buyer.
Among them, we find the price of the vehicle, the perception of insufficient battery autonomy, and the lack of enough public charging points to guarantee to recharge throughout the territory.
All these concerns proved to be unfounded and become an opportunity for car dealers to reconvert themselves into advisors delivering detailed explanations to their customers. Thus, the role of the salesman- adviser becomes essential to resolve such concerns.
With the growing awareness of the need to preserve the environment, potential consumers of electric cars also continue to wonder whether this switch to electric technology will really be environmentally friendly.
This concern focused on batteries leads to the question of what happens to them at the end of their life and whether their waste will represent an environmental hazard or whether, on the contrary, as in the case of range, or the number of charging points, it is unfounded.
Anna Mª Francino, Business Development, CityVitae