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President Obama is making it a little easier for electric car owners to make cross-country drives.

The White House said Thursday that it’s officially designating 48 U.S. interstates as electric vehicle charging corridors, meaning drivers on those highways will be able to expect charging stations every 50 miles or so. The routes will have signs pointing drivers to nearby charging points, just as drivers of traditional cars currently benefit from highway signs notifying them of gas stations ahead. The new signs cover roughly 25,000 miles of roadway and will eventually be posted in 35 states and the District of Columbia, according to the Obama administration.


Washington Post   Source: Washington Post