Does it Cost More to Insure an Electric Car?

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November 10, 2022

Buying an EV will definitely save you a lot on gas. But there are other car-related expenses to consider. One of the biggest things to think about  is insurance. Does it cost more to insure an electric vehicle than a gas-fueled one? In our top story, Review Geek staff writer Cory Gunther answers that question and details what you can expect to pay monthly and whether or not it’s possible to get a discount insurance rate for your EV. It’s a must-read before you decide to make the big purchase.

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  • Review Geek contributor Sarah Chaney got her hands on some XreArt Frames. Here are her thoughts on the retro-tech wall art.
  • Walmart is starting its Black Friday deals early with saving on some LEGO sets.
  • The Pixel 7 just came out, but we already have some Pixel 8 leaks. And it l looks like we’re in for some significant hardware upgrades next year.
  • … and more.

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TODAY'S TOP STORY Does it Cost More to Insure an Electric Car?


Between the ever-increasing gas prices and all the affordable electric cars coming in 2023, many consumers are considering an EV. And while your electric car will save you at the pump and requires less maintenance, EVs cost more to insure. Read More »

 
The Best Tech Gifts from $5-$50 for Holiday 2022


We’re nearing the end of 2021 and it’s time to start thinking about holiday gifts. Crazy, right? Luckily, we’ve got you covered with some pretty awesome (and affordable) tech finds that will cost you anywhere between $5 and $50. Read More »

 
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‘Doctor Who’ Is a Convoluted Mess I Still Love


I am a totally over-the-moon fan of Doctor Who. I’ve stuck with it through thick and thin, highs and lows, and beyond. But if I’m being honest, totally honest, Doctor Who is a convoluted mess, and it has me worried for the future of the show I love. Read More »

 
XreArt Frames Review: Recycled Tech Made Chic


Technology—smartphones, handheld game consoles, and so on—from the 1990s and 2007s is iconic, and for good reason. Many of these devices defined my childhood, and I’m sure that’s the same story for a lot of other people out there. XreArt Studios makes framed art out of these well-known devices, and oh my, the result is stunning. Read More »

 
Today’s Quordle Answers


Wordle was just too easy, wasn’t it? You probably left that behind and moved on to Quordle, the true “hard mode” of the word-guessing game format. But now you’re stuck and so close to failing. Don’t worry, we’re here to help with a hint—and if you really need it, today’s Quordle Answers. Read More »

 
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Charge All Your Devices at Once With This Outlet Charging Station

You’ve got a lot of stuff that needs to be charged. And despite our most desperate wishes, they all connect with different ports and connectors. This USB charging station from Upoy transforms a simple outlet into a place to plug in all sorts of devices. It comes equipped with three standard plugs for large machines as well as one USB-A and one USB-C port for charging mobile electronics. And because it comes in a cube shape and plugs into the wall, it won’t take up any additional space on an end table or desk. Upoy also sells tower-style USB charging stations to charge even more devices.

 
Today’s Wordle Answer


Are you a huge fan of Wordle and absolutely stuck today? Let me guess; you’re hanging out on guess four or five and feeling the pressure. We get it entirely: nothing feels worse than losing your streak. If you’re not ready to outright cheat, we have you covered with hints and today’s Wordle answer. Read More »

 
IN CASE YOU MISSED IT Are Cheap Drones Ever Worth The Money?


We’ve finally reached a point where drones are affordable. Still, enthusiasts insist that you need to spend $1,000 to buy anything decent—a drone of this price may be overkill for you, but frankly, some cheap drones are genuinely awful. So, when is a cheap drone worth the money, and how cheap can you go? Read More »

 
Philips Hue Debuts Its First Christmas Tree Smart Lights


One funny quirk of Philips Hue’s “Christmas lights” landing page is that it doesn’t contain any Christmas-specific lighting products. But this discrepancy will be solved on November 15th, when Philips Hue finally launches its first Christmas tree lights. Read More »

 
Save Big With These Black Friday LEGO Deals


LEGO is one of the most iconic toys available, and it’s also wallet shatteringly expensive. Even second-hand LEGO can cost a lot, so fans may want to take advantage of sets going on sale. Walmart currently has a few of LEGO’s sets on offer at a discount rate ahead of Black Friday. Read More »

 
Polar’s Ignite 3 Watch Ties Workout Times to Your Sleep Schedule


Available today, the Polar Ignite 3 comes with a bunch of cool features and improvements, including an OLED display. But the most interesting feature focuses on your sleep, or more specifically, the way a night’s sleep can impact your day. Read More »

 

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Early Google Pixel 8 Leaks Suggest a Powerful Hardware Upgrade


Google’s Pixel 7 smartphone is still relatively new, but we’re already starting to see the first Google Pixel 8 and Pixel 8 Pro leaks. If the latest alleged rumors are accurate, the next flagship phones from Google will have even more power. Read More »

 

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You Can Now Stream Your Local NBC Affiliate on Peacock


If you’ve been holding off on cutting your cable subscription because you want access to your local NBC station, Peacock may finally give you what you’ve been waiting for. The NBCUniversal streaming platform will stream all NBC local affiliates by November 30th. Read More »

 
Audio-Technica’s New Wireless Earbuds Include a Bizarre Feature


We thoroughly enjoy Audio-Technica’s products, especially its wireless earbuds. But the company’s latest Bluetooth buds, called the ATH-TWX9, include a very questionable feature—an integrated UV light that promises to sterilize the earbuds while charging. Read More »

 
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New to Mastodon? Here Are 10 Fun Accounts to Follow


Mastodon—the open-source social media platform—is having a moment. Hundreds of thousands of people are giving it a try, and if you’re one of them, you’re probably looking for some accounts to follow. We’ve got 10 fun ones to get you started. Read More »

 
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4 Simple Ways to Combat Energy Vampires and Save Money


Nobody wants to spend money on wasted electricity. Here are some simple ways to cut back on the waste around your home and lower your electric bill. Read More »

 
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Fluance Ai41 Review: Great-Sounding Speakers With Bluetooth Convenience


Many people these days turn to Bluetooth speakers for the bulk of their music listening. This is fine for when you’re on the go, but at home, you might want to treat your music to better speakers. The Fluance Ai41 speakers offer much better sound, but with all the convenience of Bluetooth. Read More »

 
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Grow Your Own Herbs This Winter with This Early Amazon Black Friday Deal


Surprise! Groceries are expensive! Okay, we know. That’s not really a surprise. If you want to help your budget a bit and circumvent some of those grocery expenses, though, Amazon’s early Black Friday sale might have just the product. Read More »

 
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The Best Smart Bathroom Scales of 2022


A typical scale will display your weight, but smart bathroom scales can help with fitness goals and provide in-depth information about your body, like your BMI, body fat percentage, and muscle mass. They can automatically log your weight and other data to your phone, too. Read More »

 

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