Electric Vehicle Charging

There are many levels of chargers & different charging options
Make sure you know how long it will take you to charge & how much power you will get
Please watch the video below for a complete overview of all charging levels

Home Charging

Public Charging

Tesla Charging

Home Charging

Level 1

| 20+ hours |5-10 km/h | Found in Garages |

Public Network

Level 2

|10 to 20 hours |10-20 km/h |Found on Streets |

Level 3 (DC)

|2 to 3 hours |250 km/h |Found in Parkings |

Public Chargers Map

Level 1:

Level 2:

Level 3:
Known as BRCC, CCS or Chademo

Tesla Network

Destination Charger

|4 to 8 hours|250 km/h|Found in Hotels & Restaurants|


|40 to 80 min|400+ km/h|Found in Tesla Ferrier & Place Vertu |

Tesla Chargers Map

Destination Chargers

Urban Chargers


EV Range Management

When renting an EV, here are a few tips to manage range anxiety and cold winter or hot summer conditions

  • Know your max range in summer & winter

  • If you are running low, go slow

  • You will lose 30% battery range in cold weather (for battery heat, cabin heat, snow resistance)

  • Keep battery charged between 30% to 80% for optimal use

  • For City trips: charge at home overnight

  • For Road trips: charge at Superchargers or DC Fast networks
    (Every 1.5 hours, you will need to stop to charge for 20 mins)

  • EV’s are quiet so pedestrians may not hear the car

  • Regen braking handles differently in icy conditions

  • Regen braking won’t engage when battery is full. It coasts at 90% and on highways

  • For max range: Plug in | Pre-heat while charging | Use seat heaters | Keep car indoors

Know your car’s KiloWatt hours and its max range
Autopilot is good for freeway / highway driving and slow traffic, not urban roads


There are many local & international associations for EV's. Here are a few

For Destination Charging & Supercharger Network


To Plan A Route

For Levels 1, 2 & 3 or
DC Fast Chademo