We have all noticed more electric vehicles in Colorado. I recently saw a Tesla Cybertruck for the first time in Fort Collins and it’s something I will not forget.

The Cybertruck isn’t necessarily my cup of tea, but its unique and strange design is a sight to see.

Are electric vehicles the future of Colorado? Well, we can all agree that it is whether or not you are for or against it.

Future of Electric Vehicles in Colorado

Most car manufacturers will go fully electric between 2035 and 2050.

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Electric vehicles will become common. Will Colorado lead the charge? Sorry, I had to make that pun. It was too irresistible.

Colorado and Electric Vehicles


Colorado is the second most friendly state for electric vehicles, according to new research by EV Charger Reviews. The site claims that despite Colorado only having 6,000 fully electric vehicles, the state offers some of the best incentives for an electric vehicle nationwide.

In Colorado, electric vehicle owners can receive a $5,000 tax credit for driving electric as well as only needing to pay $50 a year for registration.

Electric Driving Is Growing In Colorado


In 2024, $623 million will be invested in electric vehicle charging stations across the nation.

We imagine a lot of those charging stations will be coming to Colorado.


If there are a ton of charging stations at the Buc-ee's in Johnstown, we should expect to see more of them appear at shopping centers, grocery stores, and gas stations.

Related More EV Charging Stations Will Come to Colorado in 2024

EV Charger Reviews did note that there is a shortage of service centers in Colorado. With state support, Colorado might become the overall leader in electric driving.

11 Things People Aren't Liking About Colorado's Buc-ee's

Like with anything new, people are going to find problems. Let's take a look at what people are not liking about Colorado's Buc-ee's.

Gallery Credit: Dave Jensen

HIlariously Nasty 1-Star Google Reviews of Colorado's Denver International Airport

Visiting an airport is rarely fun. Hardly anyone reports having an intellectual experience while being funneled through TSA or spending four hours waiting to catch a connection.

Most of the time, a visit to an airport is just that - a visit to the airport. From time to time, though, trouble can arise, a flight gets delayed, Starbucks on Concourse A doesn't serve your coffee at the preferred temperature, or the bathroom runs out of paper towels.

While most flights are uneventful, some suffer what they might consider a "bad experience." Most are trivial. With that, here's a look at a selection of hilariously nasty 1-star Google reviews of Colorado's Denver International Airport.

PLEASE NOTE: Reviews are copied exactly as they appear on Google Reviews.

Gallery Credit: Waylon Jordan

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