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This paper focuses on the developed methodology for the experimental evaluation of electrical vehicle-driver interaction and its effect on relative electromagnetic emissions, i.e. detecting in which way the driving style determines these pollutant emissions. Besides the theoretical aspects, specific instrumentation and set-up designed for this work, several results directly registered from electrical vehicles (fuel cell and battery powered) are shown. To made easier the results evaluation, maximum-average charts, spectrograms and 3D figures are included. The experimental tests allow deducing that the temporary association between the driver activity and the related electromagnetic emissions from electrical vehicles is more relevant at low frequencies (150 KHz-30MHz).