The American Electric Vehicle Network is an nationwide infrastructure system of high-speed charging stations and battery swap stations for electric vehicles along the public roads of America's highway system. Construction of the system was authorized by the EV Freedom Act of 2021. Construction of the American EV Network was proclaimed completed in 2027.
The creation of the American EV Network is considered part of the Green New Deal and helped facilitate America's transition away from oil and towards renewable energy.
A year after construction of the American EV Network was authorized congress passed the Green Car Act of 2022 which prohibited the importation or construction of fossil fuel powered automobiles.
The federal government never explicitly outlawed gasoline powered vehicles (though some state governments did) but as Gas Stations were replaced by public EV charging stations, ownership of Petrol powered cars became less pragmatic.