Electric vehicles are taking over our roads. EV car charging stations make it easier for EV drivers to get around and recharge their vehicles without the need for a gas station. This article discusses how they work, as well as what makes them different from traditional gas stations. EV chargers offer convenience to EV drivers by allowing them to charge their cars quickly and conveniently, making EV ownership more attractive than ever before!
How do they work? EV
EV charging is not just a matter of pulling up to a pump and filling your car with fuel; the EV charger requires more power than most home electrical systems produce. The EV driver will need to park their vehicle within range of an EV charger to provide enough power for the battery to recharge fully.
Electricity consumption at home varies depending on where you live (most people use between 30 – 200 kWh per month). This means it would take about 20-100 hours for one full charge on average, which isn’t very convenient if you need your car quickly! Some public EV chargers offer Level II AC charging, which offers approximately 25 miles of driving time after just 30 minutes.
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