Every so often, we go digging for some state sales figures. More specifically, we try to hunt down how many plug-in vehicles are registered in a given state.
Wonder if They Own a Plug-In?
This time, the search led us to Vermont and here's a look at what we found. As of July 1, Vermont had 282 plug-in vehicles registered statewide. That's up from the 88 registered there in mid-2012.
More interestingly, over 100 communities within Vermont have at least 1 one plug-in vehicle owner. That's widespread ownership.
It seems even some rural areas of Vermont are home to plug-ins, as the statistics show that not all of the the electrics there are registered within city centers.
Lastly, Vermont is home to Nissan LEAFs, Chevy Volts, some plug-in Fords, Teslas and more. Oddly though, the Toyota Prius Plug-In Hybrid is the most popular plug-in in Vermont. Who'd of guessed that?