Week 21: 29th March 2022
Hello to our EV Tuesday readers.
The sun is shining, the birds are tweeting and the clocks have gone back. This can only mean one thing........Summer is on its way! Ok so maybe it is a little dreary today, but we can live in hope!
This week we have a cracking line up in store for you all. As usual you will get a handy tip to make use of, some news and a video. If you sign up to our blog here you will find an extra item for you to take a look at.
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So now is the time to sit back for 20 minutes and take a look at this weeks EV Tuesdays newsletter. Until next week.....have a great day!
1. EV Charge: EV Innovations Ltd
Thank you to Dougie Blair, Director of EV Innovations Ltd for passing this information on to us last week.
EV Innovation Ltd operate one of Scotland's largest independent Smart EV Charging Installer Networks. Our network of installers provide EV charging solutions for both Domestic & Workplace clients across Scotland and the rest of the UK, using hardware from some of the most trusted and respected manufacturers in the industry.
2. EV Social Group: Drive Electric
Connect with others through the world of Facebook. Drive Electric are the UK’s leading provider of leased Electric Vehicles and offer finance options for all makes and model, from all manufacturers, including the BMW i3, Tesla Model 3, Kia eNiro and Audi E-Tron.
3. EV Tip: Preheat
Preheat the cabin whilst plugged in - especially when it’s cold. This will save your battery and make the charge last longer. And it will be warm when you get in.
4. EV News: Auto Car
Kia e-Niro owner's story: What I've learnt from a year with an EV. Do the pros outweigh the cons after switching to an electric car? Find out what Jesse Crosse has leanrt this past year.
5. EV Release: New Release
Ford is set to release seven all-new EVs by 2024! The automaker will begin the seven-vehicle run at the beginning of 2023, with a yet-to-be-announced crossover. Ford claims it’ll have a 500km driving range.
Blog Version Extra:
Here we have a chat with owners of EVs who also happens to be a disabled person. We talk about challenges of living with disabilities, driving, charging etc. Part 1 of this discussion. You don't want to miss it!
Until next time. Have a fantastic week!
EV Cables Team