cartechboy writes: Bet you read that and instantly just blurted out California. Nope! You're wrong my friend. Yes, California makes headlines constantly for its going green initiatives, plug-in hybrids, and the stickers for the fast lane in on the highway. Surprise! It turns out the state of Washington has the largest percentage of electric vehicle sales. In fact, California isn't even in second place, that honor goes to Hawaii which pushes the electric-car friendly state of California to third place. The former two states had a 1.6 percent share of new car registrations from January through November 2013, with California on 1.4 percent. Of course, Oregon and Georgia also make the list with a 1.1 percent share. Rounding out the list we have District of Columbia, Utah, Colorado, Tennesse, and Illinois. It's worth mentioning that Tesla has now sold a car in all 50 states, though, California has been the largest market for the Tesla Model S to date. It'll likely take a while before another state catches up in that department.
"And do you think (fop that I am) that I could be the Scarlet Pumpernickel?"
-- Looney Tunes, The Scarlet Pumpernickel (1950, Chuck Jones)