Electric vehicles provide 100% torque, which means smooth, powerful acceleration every time, with no engine vibration and near complete silence.
Low maintenance, low running costs
Electric vehicles has far fewer moving parts, which obviously reduces its maintenance costs. Even wear on brake pads is reduced because electric cars use the motor to slow down, which also feeds power back to the battery.
You can say goodbye to emissions and enjoy guilt free driving, knowing you’ve joined the electric revolution
HOW TO MAKE THE MOST OF YOUR EV BATTERY LIFE
Take care of your battery charge level
Most electric vehicles won’t experience significant battery decline under normal everyday use. A simple tip to keep your battery in shape is to avoid letting the charge drop below 10%. Meanwhile it is also advisable to avoid keeping your battery charge at 100% for long periods of time. 10-90% is the healthiest charge level for your EV.
Plan your trips
Your electric vehicle’s battery is fully sufficient for your day-to-day journeys. When going on long trips, just make sure to let it take a break and charge while you stretch your legs or grab a bite.
Optimize your driving
Small details can make a big difference to how far you can get on a single charge. Speed, accelerating and braking behavior, road conditions, the number of passengers and amount of luggage, tire pressure and even the air temperature all play a role in the car's range and battery life.
Extreme high and low temperatures
While NOT charging - Try to minimize the exposure when parking your EV to avoid extremely high temperatures and direct sunlight. Always better to park your EV in covered or shady parking spaces. While charging – Try to avoid charging your EV in extremely low temperatures. Always best to charge your EV in warmer temperatures indoors during the coldest months of the winter.
Fast charging with DC chargers
This is one of the most highly debated and controversial points for EV batteries. We recommend to try and charge your car with an AC charger as much as possible, instead of using a DC fast charger all the time. DC chargers are designed for when a user will have to wait for the battery to charge, and although some specialists argue that the degradation of the battery life is minimal, try and use DC chargers when necessary and not for every charging session!