Living With An EV
Switching to an EV can change how you think about fueling your car. Understand the pros and cons of ditching the gas station and adopting a charger.
Fuel At Home...
With a home charger, you can charge up your EV from the comfort of your own home. No more trips to the gas station, just let your car charge overnight.
Or On The Go...
When you're on the go, you can take advantage of a growing network of EV Charging Stations in public parking locations or garages. You can fuel up your EV while running errands, shopping or watching a movie.
Or At Work...
Many employers now offer EV Charging Stations for employees to use. You can fuel up while you're at work, and be ready to head home with a full charge.
EVs can be charged by any source that generates electricity, allowing you increased flexibility to decide where your energy comes from.
You can install rooftop solar arrays, look into the community 'Solar Share' programs to provide clean, renewable energy to charge your EV.
Traditional gasoline engines, on the other hand, can only be fueled from a gas pump and offer no choice in where your gasoline comes from.
Most EVs are jam-packed with exciting and useful features. Instant engine response, reduced engine noise, one-pedal driving and more are widely available across most modern EV models, and many have other fun touches to increase value and improve the user experience.
EV are the cars of the future, and you can be ready by switching to one now. As more public charging stations appear in places like parking garages, hotels and offices, more tax credits are announced, and more electricity is generated by renewable sources, reasons to switch to an EV continue to stack up.