Electric Car

In this section you will find information about different chargers for electric cars, as well as a lot of other useful information.
To give you some idea of what we are writing about, we will start with a brief explanation of what is the difference between first, second and third class of electric car chargers?

Every car comes with a level one charger, so level one will plug into a regular outlet like your phone. The Level one charger that comes with the Tesla, for example, is conventionally the same charger that comes with Apple, which plugs in whenever and wherever. The Tesla charger even has an adapter, that can plug into a regular household outlet.

So, what comes with every car is level one, it’s six kilowatts an hour, it’s not a great speed, it’s pretty slow, but if you’re stuck somewhere, or you’re visiting grandpa, it’s enough to charge your car a little bit.

But most of the time, most people want a second level. A charger that will also be powered by 220 volts, but will allow you to charge the car at a higher rate than a first level charger.

Currently, a large number of manufacturers offer their options (see below), as well as Tesla makes the second level charger for its car models.

By the way, it is important to note that Tesla makes cars with its own charger configuration, while all other manufacturers have a configuration called J7072. At the moment this configuration is used almost everywhere, as automakers began making electric cars have agreed to use the same standard, with the exception of Tesla which already made electric cars.

The Level 3 charger is the Tesla Supercharger and similar stationary chargers on highways.

Read more in our next article.

Drako Motors released new teaser images of the Dragon Crossover

Drako Motors released new teaser images of the Dragon Crossover

New official teasers of the crossover Drako Dragon have appeared in the network, as did information about its equipment. In particular, the car will be able to compete with the Tesla Model S Plaid.

AUDI announced increased charging capacity for the Audi Q4 e-tron

AUDI announced increased charging capacity for the Audi Q4 e-tron

Higher charging capacity for Audi e-tron starting in 2022. Some of the e-tron models will be able to charge with up to 135 kW of energy.

Chargepoint Review – Buyer’s Guide

Chargepoint Review – Buyer’s Guide

Chargepoint Review - This Charging Station is quite a serious contender when it comes to home EV charging units. Check our review to find WHY

Juicebox Pro 40 Charger Review – Buyer’s Guide

Juicebox Pro 40 Charger Review – Buyer’s Guide

Juicebox Charger Review - Check Juicebox Pro 40 Charger Buyer's Guide and find out what is better - Juicebox VS ChargePoint – Pros and Cons

EVoCharge EVSE Review: One of the Best Level 2 Electric Car Chargers

EVoCharge EVSE Review: One of the Best Level 2 Electric Car Chargers

EVoCharge Review - While the size may seem small, it is quite a durable choice and ... other our thoughts are inside! Check our review!

Mustart EV Charger Review – Tons of Safety Features and Even More

Mustart EV Charger Review – Tons of Safety Features and Even More

Mustart EV Charger Review has tons of safety features and in general is GREAT alternative charger. Want to know more? Check our review!

Best Extension Cord for Charging Electric Car – iRideEV Review

Best Extension Cord for Charging Electric Car – iRideEV Review

Best Extension Cord for Charging Electric Car - Is it safe to charge your electric car using cord extension? Find the answer here!