Range and Charging

What is the range of an EV?
The range of an EV varies by model but typically ranges from 100 to 400 miles on a single charge. Factors like driving habits, weather conditions, and battery age can affect the range.
How long does it take to charge an EV?
Charging times vary depending on the type of charger used:
-- Level 1 (Standard 120V outlet):** 8-20 hours for a full charge.
-- Level 2 (240V outlet):** 4-8 hours for a full charge.
-- DC Fast Charger:** 20-60 minutes for an 80% charge.
Where can I charge my EV?
EVs can be charged at home using a standard outlet or a dedicated home charging station. Public charging stations are also available in many locations, including shopping centers, parking garages, and along highways.
How much does it cost to charge an EV?
The cost of charging an EV varies based on local electricity rates, but it's generally cheaper than fueling a gasoline vehicle. On average, it costs about $10-$15 for a full charge at home.
What are the maintenance costs for an EV?
EVs typically have lower maintenance costs compared to gasoline vehicles because they have fewer moving parts. There are no oil changes, fewer brake replacements due to regenerative braking, and no exhaust