Brian Henderson, of Renton, plugs in his Kia Soul EV electric vehicle at a charging station in Sultan on Wednesday, June 7. Henderson and a group of fellow electric car drivers made the trip from Everett’s City Hall to Spokane’s City Hall last week in an effort to raise awareness about convenient charging locations along U.S. Highway 2. (Ian Terry / The Herald)

Electric car myths zapped in Everett-to-Spokane road trip

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