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Guide to electric car

Electric vehicles (EVs) are getting ever more's expected that millions of electric vehicles will be sold across the world in the next few years to come.But more EVs on the road will mean more charging station needs to be available,hence it's best to acquaint oneself with the proper EV etiquette.if everyone is on the same page,one can avoid any potential charging rage.


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Things to do 

1. use an app:apps can tell you where the nearest charge point is and how busy it may be.planning ahead can help ease congestion.

2. keep going:if a charge point is occupied,drive down the road and use the next available charger if possible.

3. pay up:if charging at a friend's house,offer to pay for fuel.

4. move on:charge up enough to get you next destination and move your car once it is done.

5. make sure:make sure you safely manage the cord so that others won't trip over it.

Things not to do

1. don't leave a car charging for too long

2. don't park if you;re not charging.

3. don;t unplug other people's car without a good reason.

4. don't leave nasty notes.

5. don't plug your car in if it doesn't need to be charged.

Sharing is caring

  • Register:help fellow EV drivers by signing up your home or business to a charging network.
  • Trip tips:leave cash or an extra tip for charging spots that are not free.
  • 80-20 rule:The last 20% of a fast charge is significantly slower than the first 80%.unless you need to fully charge,move your car so others can charge up.
  • Passing notes:Use notes to communicate with others EVs at charging stations,include contact details for ease of correspondence.
  • Who goes first?:Pure electrics first,plug-in hybrids to follow-the former don't have gasoline engines to depend on.

   When can you unplug a car?

  • At full power when the other car is fully charged.
  • When instructed if there is a note instructing you to unplug at a certain time or battery level,honor it.
  • During an emergency if something bad happens.
  •    Not an electric car owner yet?

  • You've "ICED" me:This is when an internal combustion engine (ICED) vehicle parks in an EV charging spot.This is a huge no-no.Be      courteous to EV drives and park elsewhere-thus ensuring they can get home.
  • Ask questions: EVs have a huge number of benefits.Read up on it and consider switching towards a gas-free future.

      by carefully following these simple tips electric car drivers will be guarantee with smooth charging and a smooth journey home for all.

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