Electric vehicles and EV charging stations are on the rise, with more people opting to go green in their transportation choices. This video will help you understand how EV charging works and what you need to know about finding charging stations.
An EV charger is a critical part of the infrastructure that makes electric vehicles practical to drive. EV chargers are becoming more common, and you can find them at public and home charging stations.
If you plan on driving an EV, you’ll need to ensure you have an EV charger at home or work, where you can recharge it overnight or during off-peak hours. Other EV chargers available today are DC fast charging stations, also known as Level 2 chargers, AC slow charging stations, and DC rapid charging stations. The EV charger you choose depends on the distance you need to travel and whether you have space limitations in your home or business building.
One can get an EV charger in many shapes and sizes, but they all work the same: you plug your car into one and charge up your battery for the next leg of your trip.