Many thanks that’s greatWe have 2 EVs. A Renault Zoe Q210 and a TM3 LR AWD.
We only have one charger and it works perfectly fine. Both get driven every day. The TM3 gets hooked up every day and charges from 35% to 70%, has the longest commute. The Zoe, charged once on the weekends as only does around 6-8 miles a day.
It's all about finding a pattern and finding out the best way to fit charging in around it.
Obviously this works for us due to our driving pattern but may not work for everyone. We could increase the TM3 charging % if needed but no need at present.
Yeah a mix of sockets and plugs is a pain, we had Type 1 Ampera running alongside a few Type 2 cars (BMW & Mercedes models). Swapping the Ampera for Zoe means both are Type 2 so we have good redundancy now.2 EV's, 2 chargers (which cannot be used at the same time).
First EV was an iON, and we had a J1772 tethered 16A charging point fitted.
Second EV was a Zoe, and we had a socketed 32a charging point fitted.
I have a Type 2 to J1772 adapter, and a Type 2 to J1772 cable, so either car can use either charging point, in case one develops a fault (the first changing point is on it's 4th unit - hopefully the second charging point will not require so many replacements)