What to Do With an Electric Car or Plug-In Hybrid When You Live In a Condo

While the green lifestyle is very appealing to prospective EV owners, the ever important challenge of charging a car is hard to ignore. It’s pretty easy if you have your own house with a garage, but if you live in a condo or apartment, you may be wondering how to charge your own car at home. Fortunately, we have some ideas.  Whenever it’s time to talk about charging an electric car, we have to bring up the types of chargers involved. There’s Level 1 charging, which uses your typical 120-volt plug. To get the full 107-mile range on a Nissan Leaf, that would take almost 26 hours of straight charging. In other words, it’s not exactly ideal for daily use.    Read the article…………….


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