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How Long Do Electric Car Batteries Last?

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One of the greatest fears in owning an electric car is how long do electric car batteries last? For many people, the thought of having a car that runs on electric batteries looks like having a phone. At first, the phone’s battery is impressive and works according to your desire. The charge lasts the whole day, and if you are not a phone person, you can even go for a day or two without charging it.

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How to choose the right EV charger for you

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Electric vehicles are quick, less noisy and environmentally friendly. Their use has continued to rise due to their reliability and convenience plus a unique touch of style that gives you a feel similar to that of a modern sports car.

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Can infrastructure keep up with EV sales?

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The increase in demand for electric vehicles across the UK calls for infrastructural improvements. With the focus to go green, car owners opt for electric vehicles leading to an increase in EV sales. Infrastructure, which includes charging stations for EVs, is a challenge. According to research, more EVs are expected on the road soon; therefore, there is a need for the installation of more charging stations.

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Driving an Electric Car for Maximum Efficiency

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  By Brad Berman · November 06, 2014 The name of the game is boosting efficiency above four miles per kilowatt-hour. No matter how you drive an electric car, it’s going to be more efficient than nearly every gas-powered vehicle on the road. That’s due to the efficient nature of batteries, motors, and electric-drive controls—compared to internal combustion. But of course, if given the chance, you should try to squeeze as many miles as possible out of a battery pack to extend your range on a single charge. Here are a few simple but helpful tips. Take It Easy To use fewer electrons,...

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The Real Price of EV Public Charging

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  By Brad Berman · April 24, 2019   The gallon is a familiar measurement for most people. Just think about a gallon of milk and you know exactly how big it is. But the kilowatt-hour—an extremely useful term for EV drivers—is unfamiliar. Gas stations, after more than a century on the scene, have harmonized around the cost of a gallon of gas, using big letters on marquees to announce pricing. On the other hand, electric vehicle charging costs are not nearly as clear. Some EV charging stations require payment by the hour, dispensing however much energy the car can take during that time. Others charge by...

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