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Hello everyone!
I'm doing some research for a school scientific paper which is about EVs and it would be great if you could share what kind of range you get and also where you usually charge (at home, at work or somewhere else). EV model and your country would be helpful but not necessary.
A big thanks from me to everyone who responds!
Stay safe everyone.
 

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Are you only looking for responses from people who own 2019 EVs? I (in the UK) have a 2018 Zoe and a 2021 ID.4, but I'm happy to answer if that helps... I would say 95% of my charging is at home (previously off a 3-pin wall plug, now off a 7 kW home chargepoint). 5% on motorway rapid charges, 0% at work. As for range, the answer is "it depends". My 41 kWh Zoe averages ~170 miles in decent weather, 130 in crap weather. As high as 235 miles on a long range test, as low as 115 on a winter motorway journey with the whole family in the car. The ID.4 seems to do 280-300 in good weather, 220 in cold weather. As low as 190 fully loaded on the motorway in winter, probably can do over 325 on a summer range test.
 
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