As we know, electric cars require drivers to stop to charge their cars whether it is at an outlet at their house or via wireless charger pods. The British government is planning to test roads that charge the cars while they are driving through magnetic induction technology. It works kind of like wireless phone chargers.
They will be installing wireless technology in cars and a equipment that creates an electromagnetic field will be installed into the ground later this year. The project is estimated to cost the British government $775 million over the next five years.
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