Electric Car Leasing
An EV gets all its power from an on-board battery, which must be charged. How far it can travel on a charge depends on how much it weighs, its battery size (you can often pay for a larger one when specifying your car), how you drive it, the speeds you do, roads on which you travel and the weather; cold temperatures adversely affect an EV’s range.
Charging times, like ranges, vary. Slow, or trickle, chargers can take nearly a day to replenish an EV’s batteries, and fast home chargers shrink this to four to six hours. A rapid public charger can take you from 20 per cent to 80 per cent charge in 45 minutes.