Depending on your vehicles ability to charge... For me, at home the 110V outlet is 5 mi/hr. On any level-2 chargers, at the township it's about 6kwh and I get around 22mi/hr. Superchargers it's way faster.
For family vehicles, Hyundai's Kona, Tesla Model X or Y. The Cybertruck isn't out but it can seat 6 adults.
I know more are coming. I hope that helps.
Okay so most of flagship vehicles will get you near/over 300 mi on range. Tesla can get you to 400 on the 100D Model S.
There are apps for trip planning, check https://abetterrouteplanner.com/ to see if that would work work for you.
Instead of thinking about as a quick fill up, think about it as a planned stop on your trip.
Out of curiosity... maybe a topic starter.
If going fully electric was affordable (for you), (your car)... would you do it?
We have few options in the US (but all good), they're just pricey (for basically everyone).
Would you, if you could?
...and what are your concerns that would stop you? (aside from the price)
...what are your questions?
No, I don't work for "Big EV" 😅 ...but I bought one this year (pre lock down). If you have questions I might have answers.
@sethgoldstein well I'm a full-stack .net lead developer. so software development and architecture.
but I don't have the new job yet, I'm looking. any suggestions? know of any place that has openings that I might be a good fit for?
@zorn what the dark theme? I'm pretty sure that was done months ago. at least I've been using dark mode for the bulk of the year.
I'm barely here. yet people follow me. thanks?
look I podcast; I am a developer professionally. I edit (audio, video) a lot.
outside of that, I don't think anything I do merits much sharing. I also don't seek attention (yet I podcast 😄).
for example, I'm not sure anyone really cares that I like and make my own cold brew coffee. I don't think anyone here cares I like and occasionally Minecraft.
so thank you for following the potential I might say/share something meaningful.
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