Making the switch to an electric vehicle is easier than ever.
Discover which type of EV will best fit your needs
Research your options and find the car that has the range you will need for your commute. Then, find out what kind of charger that car needs.
Determine your charging level needs
There are two levels of home charging available today. It is important to note that charging time is dependent on many factors including charging level, battery capacity, range driven, and more.
Level 1 (120v) utilizes the common outlet found in your home. Level 1 is a slow, steady charge. In general, 40 miles of range per day is the threshold for practical overnight charging. Every EV comes equipped with a manufacturer provided 120v charging cord. Simply drive your car home and plug into your garage.
Level 2 (240v) utilizes another commonly found outlet in your home, similar to one that is used for an electric dryer, and allows you to charge your vehicle in a shorter amount of time.
Check your electrical panel
Ensure you have room on your existing home electric service to put in a 240v Level 2 charging station. Now is a good time to find a qualified electrician that can help you install your charging station.
Knowing when to charge is just as important as how to charge your EV
We have great rates for electric vehicle owners. Find out if you would benefit from switching to a time-of-use rate so you can take advantage of charging during cheaper off peak times of day (nights and weekends) saving you money.
Contact your local dealership to find and test-drive your perfect EV
Enjoy your new electric vehicle and plug in at home!