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Ecotricity - FREE charging for electric cars and £50 J Lewis vouchers for signing up.

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For the vouchers their will email you with this offer. You have to put your email address in to get a quote but the process is simple and quick. If you are an energy customer of theirs (amd their p…
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muffboy
I own a 30kw Leaf, advertised range up to 155 miles. Fully charged it has never shown more than 105 mile range.
In reality it is far worse, my daily commute is 36 miles return journey and currently I am having to charge it EVERY DAY as I cannot get 72 miles from a full charge. I am an extremely light footed driver and know how EV's should be driven. Never again will I buy an EV until they sort out the range issues which are quite frankly diabolical!
​i was surprised by this, i hadnt realised the batteries were so impacted by speed of travel. ive read that at motorway speeds (75mph for an irish motorway refrenced) the leaf only manages a maximum range of 63 miles. and then, as they get older, the batteries hold less and less charge.

I don't use the motorway for this very reason as a 10 mile hop between 2 junctions of the M6 near me at 70 mph would take 35 miles off the range!
Al666
You should get that looked at. Shouldn't take that long on a rapid charger.

You should head to specsavers as you have already been told it doesn't have fast charging. :)
You should get that looked at. Shouldn't take that long on a rapid charger.
muffboy
I own a 30kw Leaf, advertised range up to 155 miles. Fully charged it has never shown more than 105 mile range.
In reality it is far worse, my daily commute is 36 miles return journey and currently I am having to charge it EVERY DAY as I cannot get 72 miles from a full charge. I am an extremely light footed driver and know how EV's should be driven. Never again will I buy an EV until they sort out the range issues which are quite frankly diabolical!


​i was surprised by this, i hadnt realised the batteries were so impacted by speed of travel. ive read that at motorway speeds (75mph for an irish motorway refrenced) the leaf only manages a maximum range of 63 miles. and then, as they get older, the batteries hold less and less charge.
Al666
Billythebubble
I drive an electric Mercedes and to be honest why would you want to sit at the services for 2 hours just to get free electric? Certainly not me!!
Why would you sit for 2 hours? Takes about 25 minutes to charge, enough time for a coffee.
my car takes 2 hours to charge I should know I charge it everyday!
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