This morning has started randomly. While sitting down to drink a coffee and read the tech news, I ran into Oshawa’s Mayor John Henry. As a homeowner, small business owner, and an electric vehicle driver in his city, I had a few questions to ask. Naturally, he with with another person, so I tried to be cognizant of not being a dick by interrupting them.
Is there a lack of information out there About the Nissan Leaf? I think that’s true to a certain extent. Let’s face it, Dears want to sell cars. That’s where I can step in and answer some of these common questions (and hopefully help you understand if this car is right for you).
Driving an electric car (or EV) requires that you have near-constant access to charging locations. Thankfully, this improves every day, but the infrastructure is still in its infancy. As a driver in the General Toronto, Ontario Area (GTA), I have found some really great locations to charge from. If you do the same, here are some locations you’ll love.
Driving the Nissan Leaf car is unlike any vehicle I’ve ever driven. There’s a clear and direct effect on mileage based on driving habits. And, thanks to an almost constant stream of information, I’m also able to understand how the battery’s usefulness translates to battery usage. Some of this feeling was similar to the previous hybrid I drove, but not like this. Over time I’ve driven electric, I’ve learned a few tricks on how to maximize this mileage.
I have taken the plunge and purchased an Electric Vehicle. Join me as I learn more about this new technology, push the limits and help you understand if buying a car like this is worthwhile