Public not fully charged up over electric cars at auto show
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Public not fully charged up over electric cars at auto show

The hybrid and plug-in electric cars at the 2011 Washington Auto Show are leaps and bounds ahead of the first cars to ditch gas dependence, but that doesn't mean the average driver is ready to hop on board. (AJ Chavar/The Washington Post)

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