More than a money-saving alternative or an environmentally responsible decision, it’s a logical choice. With sticker prices dropping and ranges exceeding 200 miles (on average, Americans drive less than 30 miles each day), more families are clearing garage space for an electric vehicle (EV), with many making it their second car.
Charge up at home overnight using a standard wall outlet. Or install a level 2 plug in your garage—like you use for a dryer—for faster charging. Or simply stop by a charging station, they’re popping up all over. There are multiple options when powering your new electric vehicle.
Don’t forget to talk to your electrician or local companies and contractors. They can offer more tips about what’s best for a personal home charging station.