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The Death of the Gas Station
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April 14, 2022

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Slowly but surely, electric cars and trucks are taking over American highways. And asutility companies hurry to expand the number of charging stations — a critical step for the EV transition — the future of the gas station is in doubt.

And since EV chargers can be installed in almost any location that’s connected to the power grid — they’re now available in office garages and rest stops, and will soon be in some Starbucks parking lots — the gas station is increasingly unnecessary for some Americans.

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