Deciding to move forward with buying an electric vehicle may seem like a very difficult decision. However, it's not as monumental as some may think.
Of course, there's the greater upfront cost, dealing with the potential tax rebate, and diving into something new and outside of your "normal." However, as most EV owners can tell you, it's not that big of a deal, and you'll likely be so impressed with your new EV that not much else will matter.
However, the whole charging situation will be something new to deal with. You'll have to locate fast-chargers in your area and get your home set up accordingly. We strongly suggest that you hire a qualified electrician to do the work at your home.
It's important to note that it may take some time and expense to get your house set up to charge your EV, especially if you are moving to Level 2 charging, but it will be worth it. While Level 1 charging may be good enough for many people in most cases, Level 2 is the preferred standard. Upgrading your current situation will help immensely, especially when dealing with cold temps.
Check out the informative video above. Then, ask us any questions below. Also, if you're a seasoned EV owner, please reach out and help any newbies in the comment section below.
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Electric Car Charging, How long does it REALLY take?
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