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Electric roads could be solution to electric cars' lack of range

Until now most research has been directed towards increasing battery storage

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A father-daughter team founded the Scotland-based Tracked Electric Vehicle (TEV) project where battery-powered cars recharge while they drive from a metal strip embedded in highways.

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IN the race to build driverless cars, it might pay to keep your eyes on the road. 

A father-daughter team founded the Scotland-based Tracked Electric Vehicle (TEV) project where battery-powered cars recharge while they drive from a metal strip embedded in highways. The

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