Electric Vehicle Chargers for Your Home
Making the transition to an electric car is one that you will be glad you made. Clean, efficient and fun, the time for more drivers and consumers to make this change is now.
However, it does mean understanding how you will keep your car charged. Many parking areas are now allowing cars to charge for free while parked, but what about at home?
Staying Connected With Your Electric Vehicle Charger
One of the main reasons green car enthusiasts hesitate when it comes to purchasing one is not having a way to keep it charged. Even public charging stations are still lacking and then trying to find out about getting one at home seems like a daunting task.
Don't let that stop you – here is some of what you should know:
- – There are Federal and state tax credits for Electric Vehicle Charger installation. This is an incentive meant to offset some of the additional costs associated with installation and operation.
- – Rough estimates indicate that it costs about $1 to drive 25 miles. This, of course, depends on the type of vehicle and the local costs for electricity at the time. However, that is much more cost-effective when compared to the cost of gas for a fuel source.
- – Of course, it must first be determined if your current electrical system is able to handle this type of upgrade. If not, we can assess how to upgrade your electrical system so it will be compatible.
If you are ready to get your Electric Car charger installed, or simply have more questions, feel free to contact the Dr. Electric team.
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