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Sustainable transportation refers to any kind of transportation that is "green" and has a low environmental effect. It is also important to balance our present and future transportation demands. Walking, cycling, public transportation, carpooling, car sharing, and green cars are all examples of sustainable mobility.


By driving an electric vehicle (EV), you are helping to minimize hazardous air pollution caused by exhaust emissions. When an EV is charged from the grid, it emits some greenhouse gases despite the fact that it emits no exhaust. Lowering hazardous exhaust emissions is important for our health. Better air quality will result in fewer health issues and expenses associated with air pollution. EVs are also quieter than gasoline/diesel vehicles, resulting in reduced noise pollution.