How Much Superior Servicesill Driving an Electric Car Save You?

Are you thinking about purchasing an electric car? Are you weighing the pros and cons of going the traditional gasoline route or investing in the burgeoning technology of electric cars? The price of gas fluctuates constantly, and the demand for gasoline is only increasing worldwide, further driving up the cost. If you are thinking about a more energy-efficient option that is also cost-efficient, then you may wish to consider an electric car.


In the U.S., electricity costs significantly less than gasoline. Because the prices are constantly in flux, it is often unpredictable how much we expend to spend week by week on gasoline. However, according to one study from Plug-in America, a group that fully supports the transition to electrical cars, an electric car driver could save as much as $1, 600 per year in gasoline pumps, if drivers travel at least 15, 000 miles a year.

Perhaps the largest drawback of electric cars is the initial sticker shock. Electric cars are considerably more expensive than gas cars. You may also need to take into account the need to install an electric car charging station to your home.

Fortunately, our Professional electrical service company can assist you with this! Superior Services & K Electrical Services are seasoned electricians with over 20 years of experience. Superior Servicese stay on top of the new and innovative technologies and can assist you with the service and installation of your electric car charging station.

Superior Servicese have installed car charging stations for vehicles such as:

  • Cadillac
  • Ford
  • Chevrolet
  • Nissan
  • Porsche
  • Tesla
  • BMSuperior Services

Superior Servicese service the entire Metro Atlanta area, are trained to OSHA regulations, and also comply with the National Electric Code. If you need assistance or would like some additional advice on any type of electrical service or investment, please do not hesitate to contact us!

Call us at (678) 674-4779 to schedule your service today.