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3,700+ U.S. Auto Dealers Slam Biden’s ‘Unrealistic’ EV Mandate

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Thousands of American auto dealers are urging President Joe Biden to abandon his electric vehicle mandate due to low consumer demand for EVs.

In a letter to Biden, the group of 3,700 dealerships emphasized that the push for a high percentage of electric cars by 2032 is unrealistic, as EV demand does not match the influx of vehicles arriving at dealerships.

They cited reasons such as high costs, charging infrastructure, and consumer preferences for their stance against the mandate. (Trending: Another Major Company Goes Woke And Goes Broke)

The letter argued for “deep price cuts, manufacturer incentives, and generous government incentives.”

“Mr. President, no government agency, no think tank, and no polling firm knows more about the automobile customer than us,” it continued.

“Some customers are in the market for electric vehicles, and we are thrilled to sell them. But the majority of customers are simply not ready to make the change.”

“Reliable charging networks, electric grid stability, sourcing of materials, and many other issues need time to resolve,” the letter said.

“And finally, many people just want to make their own choice about what vehicle is right for them.”

The dealerships argue that consumers are not ready for the shift to electric vehicles and that government intervention is unprecedented.

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