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Build Your Own Electric Car

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You can build your own electric car, if you can manage to change your own oil and wiper blades. It takes a little know-how, but it's not rocket science. Here are the steps:


    • Find somebody who's already done it to look over your shoulder. Join the local Electric Auto Association and find yourself a mentor!

    • Get yourself a donor vehicle (that's the gas-guzzler whose guts you'll be ripping out) that has the nice qualities of:

 

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The cost of converting your classic car to electric

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Have you been considering an electric car? Or maybe a classic car? Maybe a combination of the two – giving economical motoring in a retro package.  How much would such a solution actually cost?

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The DIY Electric Car Conversion-Should You Try It?

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Electric car conversion kits abound on the Internet so do your homework to find the one that’s right for you. You can also find instructional videos both for purchase and on YouTube. The conversion kits may or may not provide you with some of the special tools necessary for the installation of the electric motor, but most of the tools will need to be purchased. Some tools and even an engine hoist are available for rent so you’ll save a bit here.

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HOW TO EXTEND YOUR ELECTRIC VEHICLE LIFESPAN

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We bring you tips to help you both extend your electric vehicle lifespan and increase its autonomy, as well as eliminate range anxiety.

 

Battery is, in essence, electric vehicle’s most important element and, therefore, as EV drivers, we should take into account some tips to make your electric car battery last longer.

 

However, not only do each brand apply its techniques in order to maximize battery life, but technology is always improving and so has demonstrated Bosch developing the “Battery in the Cloud” concept: an intelligent software in the cloud which allows analyzing battery data to prevent its deterioration.

 

 

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How long does it take to charge an electric car?

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Electric cars are taking over the transport sector, with their low maintenance and reduced natural fuel consumption. Vehicle owners are switching to EV in 2020 because they can recharge their vehicles from home with a home charging point, which goes a long way in reducing environmental pollution and depletion of fossil fuels. The UK government encourages motorists through the provision of grants to make the switch, thereby enabling car owners to make home charging point installations easier and affordable. This article is a discussion on electric car charging time.

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