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EV Charging

Charging your electric vehicle.

Learn about available charging options.

EV Charging Overview

The average American drives approximately 37 miles per day, which makes it very easy to recharge and get back to your life, whether you’re at home or on the road.

How to Charge an Electric Car

Most people do their electric car charging at home. If you have a garage, carport, driveway or designated parking spot with access to electricity, you can plug in with a standard charger or install a Level 2 charger. There are also a growing number of electric car charging options on the road.
  • Charging at Home

    Consider installing a Level 1 or Level 2 charger at your home.

  • Charging on the Road

    Find public EV charging locations and plan a route for longer trips.

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