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Winter Driving Tips for Electric Cars

Anthony Ingram offers insights into operating an electric-drive car in cold weather.

Published: 05-Dec-2012

Winter is well and truly here for many of us now, particularly in more northerly regions.

It brings with it not just snow, cold weather and a little extra danger on the roads, but also an added dose of anxiety for electric car owners.

Cold weather can play havoc with range, particularly when using heaters, lights and other functions to fight off the cold. It's a subject we've covered on several occasions, so we've brought several of our winter articles together into a single guide.

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