By Catherine Powell
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While gas prices may have fallen a bit as of late, who can forget paying $5.00 a gallon or more at the pump? I know I won't and this isn't something that most people will forget for quite some time. As a result, many motorists have expressed an interest in owning an electric vehicle. A few years ago, EVs were something of a rarity. But today, every major car manufacturer has an e-car or two in their inventory. While many consumers were put off by the high sticker prices of many EVs, not only have the prices dropped on some models, but the federal government offers up to $7,500 in tax credits on many EVs. So, if you're looking to trade that gas guzzler for a vehicle that you can plug-in instead of paying through the nose at the pump, here's what you need to know.