Yes, next you will find your self having to replace starting battery's in your old conventional cars as they just don't get used much anymore and go flat
You soon build confidence in what trips use what amount of energy. I rarly even look at the SOC gauge now just once when I head off and then I just drive. As you have confidence it's within the range if you have completed the tip before. I can say for sure you would have no issue in getting to Brisbane .
If I take it easy and take the old roads. I can get to your area on just 1/2 a charge from the CBD. Heading back into Brisbane from the same area but via the freeway it's about the same.
A few options to charge in Brisbane . BMW for the fast charge and or slower charge, a few Nissan dealerships slow charge. Along with a few in car parks and private locations. If you ever get stuck I would lend you a 15A socket in Brisbane and if you get to know any of the AEVA members most would offer the same in various locations.
Though to be honest once I am on the coast full time (hopefully soon) I don't think I will come to Brisbane that often.
7:30pm Wednesday, 15/4/2015 at the Albion Peace Centre, 102 McDonald Rd, Windsor. Free for members arriving in an Electric Vehicle; otherwise $2 for members, $3 for non-members to cover catering costs.
This meeting I would like to discuss
- Show the display at Byron ECO park (Tyagarah)
- Who would like to attend the LEAF festival in May
- Who would like to attend the Motorfest in July
- Who would like to attend the Centenary Rocks festival in July
- Who would like to attend the AEVA National AGM in Perth in October
- Date for the Brisbane AGM
- Anything else people are interested in
Charging available at the meeting.
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