If you've ever driven a car full of people—whether they're friends, family, or even some hitchhikers you picked up along the way—you'd probably prefer they adhere to your set of rules for the road. Because let's face it: There are few things worse than a car full of grumpy people stuck on a road trip together.
In the era of modern electric vehicles, it's also important to remember that not all cars are made the same. In fact, BEVs have different standards than your traditional gas-powered vehicles. To help highlight those differences, we've teamed up with Toyota to break it all down for you.
Toyota’s first-ever bZ4X promises to be one of the best and most striking EVs on the road when it becomes available in 2022. Standing for "Beyond Zero," the bZ4X is is just one of the latest additions to Toyota's collection of EVs and represents the company's commitment to carbon neutrality.
With that, let's talk rules of the road—particularly when it comes to electric and alternative power train vehicles.