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Should I buy a petrol car or wait for an EV?
I’ve bought and used petrol cars my whole life, and they’ve served me fine. But I’ve always been a little more environmentally conscious—and looked for more fuel-efficient vehicles. An EV makes sense, but I’m not sure whether I can fully trust one yet—especially given that charging networks are so inconsistent. So, is it time to buy another petrol car or wait for an EV I like?
Can I leave my electric car plugged in?
I’ve just bought my first EV and I love it! However, I’m a little unsure about charging and how it works. Am I able to leave my car plugged in for a long period of time? Or will that be detrimental to my battery?
Are all electric car plugs the same?
I’ve just bought an electric car and I’m a bit nervous about charging. I’m happy with the station I’ve got at home, but I know I’ll probably need to juice up in the real world at some point. Am I going to have difficulty finding a station that’s right for me? Are all electric car plugs the same? Or am I going to have to hunt around a bit to find the right one?
Can electric cars go through water?
It’s very, very, very rainy today, and the end of my street has just flooded. I’ve got a few errands to run—groceries, school run, a birthday gift to buy—and I really need to get out. My street gets wet quite a bit, and it wouldn’t be a problem in my gas car. But I’ve just switched to an EV. Can electric cars go through water?
How many solar panels are needed to charge an electric car?
I’m about to buy an EV, and I want to make sure I have a reliable charging station set up at home! I know I’ll be doing most of my juicing up in my garage, and it would be very bad if it stopped working. I’ve heard that solar panels are usually the way to go. So, how many panels can I expect to need to make sure my station runs properly?