That depends on several factors. All electric cars covers the average daily commute of 37 miles (60 km) daily.
Will my electric car be able to cover my commute?
A lot of potential electric vehicle drivers suffer from so-called “range anxiety,” which is the fear of their car’s battery dying mid-trip. They hear that an EV can only go 100 miles (160 km) on a single charge and think, “but what if I have to drive 101 miles?” And that’s a valid concern. Yet in reality, the average person drives 37 miles (60 km) a day. This is well within the range of even the smallest electric car battery, even if it’s only half-charged.
What will affect my electric car’s range?
How far you can drive on a single charge depends on the weather conditions, the weight your car is carrying (luggage/people), car amenities like heating and A/C, and of course, the car’s battery capacity.
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If you are thinking about purchasing an electric vehicle in Europe, this is the connector that you will most likely be using.
That depends on your battery’s size, your car’s capacity, what amenities you use (like air conditioning), and weather conditions.