Costlier parts likely to drive the insurance premium on your e-car

With the government keen to make India a 100 per cent electric vehicle driving nation by 2030, these vehicles are becoming a more common sight on our roads now. Industry experts believe that the demand for e-cars will grow in the years to come with rising consumer awareness and stricter emission norms. Auto companies have also taken electric vehicles (EVs) seriously with companies such as Tata Motors and Mahindra & Mahindra already out with their e-cars. While electric cars are more expensive than petrol and diesel cars, they come with advantages like being noiseless and non-polluting. However.....

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