Before any car purchase, most consumers ask themselves a preliminary question: New or used?
The choice between new or used is one of the first decisions every car buyer makes before shopping for a new vehicle.
Have EVs caught your attention recently? If you’re researching the Chevy Bolt, Tesla Model 3 or another EV model entirely you may have a few questions. Let us help you with a few answers to three of the top questions asked by most prospective EV owners.
In our last post we let you in on the top three questions asked by most prospective EV owners. Having insight to the most popular questions may help with your purchasing decision – so here are three more to consider when you’re looking to buy an EV.
We all agree that electric cars are a great addition to creating a better, healthier environment. Every driver does their part to save the environment simply by driving an EV. It’s cleaner than driving a gasoline-powered car and as an added reward, EV drivers save on fuel costs!
Choosing the right vehicle can be tricky. There are tons of options out there, and each one has its own set of unique benefits.
So, you decided to make the switch, trading in your trusty internal combustion engine for a zero-emission plug-in electric vehicle. Congrats! You probably already know a lot about the advantages of electric cars for the environment, but you still need to fit driving an EV into your daily routine. Here are some tips that will help you make the most of your new car:
Why get into the business of "fueling" electric cars? The answer - and the road to building customer value, brand goodwill, and competitive advantage - is four-fold:
According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, the average passenger vehicle gives off 4.6 metric tons of carbon dioxide each year. Every morning when commuters roll down the highway to their jobs, their cars emit about 404 grams of the greenhouse gas per mile. Many businesses have committed to doing something about this problem, encouraging employees to trade in their internal-combustion engines for zero-emission electric vehicles by offering electric vehicle charging.
Topics: Workplace Charging
As with many things in life there are some misconceptions about electric vehicles that we must clear up. Among the facts about EVs is the fact that the number of EVs on the road is growing all the time. Electric vehicles have been in the news a lot lately thanks to car manufacturers focusing on improving battery technology and consumer adoption.
Topics: Electric Vehicle Charging