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What Does Tesla’s Recent Court Victory Mean for EVS?

EVs are becoming more popular with drivers each year, and it seems everyone who wants an EV can now get one. However, some states still fight EV expansion with old local statues and unnecessary fees. In fact, few EV customers know that in some states, buying the EV…

Are Hotels the Answer to Road Trips with an Electric Vehicle?

The range of electric cars keeps growing, and EVs can easily be driven across the country. However, long trips and cross-country driving sometimes still worry EV drivers. Many drivers charge at home (over 90%), or have other alternatives such as…

Top 10 Fun Places to Charge Up This Summer

Summer driving season is upon us, and families across America are gearing up to travel as soon as the quarantines and lockdown restrictions allow them to. People are indicating their intent to vacation, in fact, according to a AAA survey, nearly…

Who’s Invested in EV Infrastructure? It’s Surprising

Once upon a time, oil companies and automakers considered electric vehicles to be blips on the market radar they could easily leave in the rear-view mirror. Today, they’re fighting to get in the driver’s seat and get involved in an industry that’s accelerating rapidly and…

US EVSE Infrastructure Catching Up with the World?

While EVs are becoming more and more popular, it’s no secret America embraced the electric car after other parts of the world. Europe and China both have more in-depth EV infrastructure than the U.S. But how far behind Europe are we?…

How to Get the Chargers You Need at Your Condo

If you own your home and property, getting an EV charging station is as simple as buying one and installing it. If you live in a condo or an apartment building, the situation is more complex. But even if your building hasn’t installed chargers, providing information to…