06 May 2023 | Abstracted from CNET"Driving a non-Tesla EV, I had to rely on third-party public chargers, which I was able to find using the Shell Recharge app...The massive increase in charging stations meant that brimming the EV battery wasn't difficult...
"Throughout my entire journey, totaling over 2,000 miles, it was the only instance I had to make an adjustment to my charging route...Had I done the 2,100-mile journey in a gas-powered car, I would have spent around £409($510), based on burning fuel at 35 mpg and refueling at 150 pence per liter. With an EV, I spent only around $ound;308 ($384) on electricity."
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