Australia remains stuck in the slow lane for electric vehicles | 7.30

Australia remains stuck in the slow lane for electric vehicles | 7. 30

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While rising petrol prices are accelerating the transition to electric vehicles in many overseas countries, Australia remains stuck in the slow lane.

The Albanese government has introduced tax breaks intended to make EVs more affordable, but drivers who have already made the switch say the nation needs to do more to embrace the electric revolution. Nadia Daly reports.

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