“What is the best car to buy?”
“Should I trade my car or repair it?”
"How often do I really need to service it, and why?”
These are just a few of the many questions we will answer on an ongoing basis.
If you’re an EV owner, then you already know that much like the battery in your smartphone, your EV’s lithium-ion battery will lose its luster over time. So how does an EV battery pack-age exactly? Here’s the science in layman’s terms: a battery degrades when it’s charged and drained of its charge on a routine basis. This repeated process allows for the materials that make up the battery to deteriorate with time. It’s a gradual process but depending on how you treat your vehicle, it can certainly happen at a faster or slower than average rate. Here are our top seven easy rules that will prolong the life of your EV battery.
We all pick up bad habits here and there. It’s true that some bad habits can affect your vehicle maintenance schedule, like unnecessarily riding the brakes. The bad habits that risk your safety are the ones that cost you either the big bucks when there's an accident or precious pennies with constant traffic violations. Let’s take a look at the top Bad Driving Habits – are you guilty of any of these things?
With more and more electric and hybrid vehicles taking over the market, you might be wondering what the “ins and outs” of this new technology look like. Well, today we want to tackle all things safety to make sure you are cool and confident in your auto.