The ‘best’ rating, a highly subjective and subjective ranking, is based on an analysis of a vehicle’s performance and safety.
It is based in part on a vehicle owner’s ability to pay for the car, which is often based on its fuel economy, emissions, fuel efficiency and range.
Rutgers Career Services says the highest rating it uses is “Gold”, meaning it provides the highest quality of service and a superior price.
According to the university, the “gold” rating is based entirely on the driver’s experience, the vehicle’s ability and the vehicle itself.
“The Gold rating represents an accurate, fair and balanced appraisal of the car’s value based on the vehicle owner experience, driving ability, safety, performance and value of the vehicle, and the financial benefit to the owner,” a spokesperson for the service said.
RUTgers career service is the second-highest rated in the US, behind Tesla.
In 2016, the company announced that it would be offering a range of vehicles at an average of $40,000, including the Bolt EV, the Model 3 and the Model X SUV.
The company said it was also adding “a brand new brand to our lineup of premium electric vehicles,” including a new model, the X SUV, and a new SUV.
It said it will begin charging in 2019.