The primary reason why electric vehicles (EVs) are projected as the mode of transport for the future is their potential to save the environment. When EVs become more common, air pollution caused by two-wheelers are expected to decrease significantly. But this will only be possible if there is large-scale adoption of EVs, for which, there are a few barriers along the road. The most common one is high prices. While this is true to some extent, EVs cover up their extra cost very early in their lifecycles and can hence contribute to significant savings in the long run.