The best-selling car brand, the Chevrolet Bolt, was the only electric vehicle to make it to the U.S. in 2016.
The car’s $50,000 price tag made it the highest-selling electric car in the world.
But when the car is not on the road, electric car sales are also on the decline.
That trend continues as more and more automakers are abandoning their electric vehicles, as consumers look for more affordable alternatives.
And the demand for electric vehicles has also increased in the last year as companies like Tesla, SolarCity and Zipcar have emerged.
To help the public understand the potential impact of electric vehicles on their health, HuffPost Health asked some of the nation’s leading experts on the topic.
Here’s what we learned:A new study published in the journal Public Health Reports says that a battery powered car can actually increase the risk of premature death from heart attacks.
The study found that the battery powered vehicle’s use of a hydrogen fuel cell, or HFC-400, caused a significantly higher risk of death from coronary heart disease, stroke, and heart failure than the gasoline-powered vehicle.
The study also found that if the car’s battery pack is left plugged in, it could be a danger for people who use it for commuting or as a backup.
“This is a big problem for people with a heart condition,” said Dr. David Spiegelhalter, director of the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation at Boston University School of Public Health.
“People have to go out and put the car in motion when they need to.”
This infographic from The Washington Post shows the cost of buying an electric vehicle, based on the number of miles the car has driven.
It also includes a breakdown of the cost per mile.
The average car sold in the U, U.K., Canada, and Australia was about $30,000 in 2016, according to the American Association of Car Buyers and Sellers.
The median price for an electric car was $40,000, according the data.
But for some buyers, the cost could be even higher.
Spiegelhalter said a car that has a high price tag is the most expensive vehicle to buy.
“I wouldn’t buy a Honda Civic that has $40k in the bank,” he said.
“You can get a good one for about $20k.
It’s not as good, but it’s not a bad car.”
A number of car makers are attempting to lower the cost for electric vehicle buyers, but Spiegelhalters point out that there are also ways to get around that cost.
Spikehalter added that if people buy an electric EV to drive a daily commute, the battery could be an extra burden.
“If they want to charge it, they’ll need to go to a garage or something,” he explained.
“So you’re putting a huge burden on the battery, which is something that’s not going to be a good thing.”
This graphic from The Post explains the differences between electric cars and gasoline-fueled vehicles.
It’s important to remember that while the cost can be significant, it’s far less than other forms of transportation.
“We’ve got this $60,000 battery in a Tesla that costs about $50k, so it’s about $1,000 a month,” Spiegelhalting explained.
A gasoline-operated vehicle that has less than 5,000 miles on it will cost the same or less than $1k.