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This election season, there is apparently one thing the elected officials on Capitol Hill can agree on: getting some plug-in vehicle chargers nearby. There are some plug-in vehicles drivers on the Hill, after all, and they want to fill up on electrons while at work, just like other EV drivers.

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AAA is getting ready for the EV era. After announcing roadside charging assistance for electric vehicles last summer, the company announced today that it is going to add charging station locations to its TripTik services, either online or with an app. It's all part of the brand's history of helping drivers, as the press release helpfully points out. 100 years ago, AAA made sure to note where the gas stations were on customer maps.