EV Resources

In Florida alone, electric vehicle ownership has dramatically increased, making it the second largest EV state in the nation for EV registrations.

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Benefits of Electric Vehicles

The benefits of driving electric are clear with more manufacturers unveiling new models every year. The growing number of choices give everyone an opportunity to drive an EV – whether you’re looking for a budget-friendly option or need a vehicle that can go the distance.

More benefits of EVs:

  • Quieter and more comfortable ride
  • Reduce your carbon footprint with lower emissions
  • Enjoy fuel and maintenance savings – see how much you can save
  • Reduce noise pollution
  • Drive further without a charge – some EVs can now go more than 300 miles on a single charge
  • Boost your savings with incentives like the federal tax credit of up to $7,500 for buying a new EV
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Types of EVs

If you are thinking about purchasing an EV, you will need to find the electric vehicle that is right for you:

  • Battery electric vehicles (BEVs)/All-electric vehicles (EVs) are powered only by an electric battery.
  • Plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEVs) use batteries that can be recharged by plugging into the grid and can also use fuel to power the engine.
  • Hybrid electric vehicles (HEVs) are powered by an internal combustion engine in combination with an electric motor that uses energy stored in a battery.
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Types of EV Chargers

Your electric vehicle needs to be charged regularly to maximize its range. Charge times can vary depending on your vehicle and the type of charger:

  • Level 1: Any connector you have at home. No installation or additional charging equipment required. On average, it may take between 11-20 hours to fully charge your vehicle.
  • Level 2: Requires special charging equipment and a 240-volt circuit. These are typically found at workplaces and public charging stations but can also be installed in a residential home. On average, it could take between 3-8 hours to fully charge your vehicle.
  • DC Fast Chargers: Require highly specialized equipment. These can be found at special charging stations along highway corridors and can power up most batteries in about 30 minutes.

Frequently Asked Questions

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