When it comes to the accessibility of electric automobiles, the tide has changed.

That's wonderful news for anybody who are considering buying a battery-powered car or truck.

Following a protracted period during which EVs abruptly vanished from dealerships.

The opposite issue now faces the electric car sector:

Unsold models are accumulating. Currently, there are about 92,000 EVs on dealer lots, a 342% increase from a year ago.

when only 21,000 people, according to Cox car, a car research company.

Dealerships could sell all of their electric automobiles in 92 days at the present rate of sales.

That's about twice as long as the regular 51 days and 50% longer than the typical 60 days.