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1. Open the app store on your iOS device
2. Search for CanZE
3. Click on the only result
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I’ve set up Canze with my iPhone and use it now and again, but can someone tell me which figure I need to keep an eye on for my battery holding charge capacity? I took a screen shot of Canze on my phone the other day which I’ve attached, and it shows a State of Health of 91% and Usable state of Charge of 88.18%, which one should I be keeping an eye on? I pay monthly for battery hire on my Zoe, and the battery will get replaced if its holding charge drops below 75%. My Zoe is a 66 reg with 30,443 miles.
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Any advice greatly appreciated, thanks.
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State of health is what you are looking for. The State of charge is simply how much charge you have at the moment.

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Which will basically never happen.
Mine is down to 83% after 5½ years, dropping from 98% after the BMS update in summer 2017. At that rate it'll need replacing in a couple of years
 

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I’m paying £89 a month to RCI for my battery hire over 36 months, which ends around July 2022. When I stop paying the £89, what hare my options?
 

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I’m paying £89 a month to RCI for my battery hire over 36 months, which ends around July 2022. When I stop paying the £89, what hare my options?
1. Sign up for another 3 years at £89 a month
2. Sign up for £49 a month and pay excess mileage if you’re ever asked for it (many haven’t been)
3. Buy the battery from RCI and pay no monthly fee again
4. Sell the vehicle and move on to something else
 

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I’m paying £89 a month to RCI for my battery hire over 36 months, which ends around July 2022. When I stop paying the £89, what hare my options?
FWIW you never stop paying RCI for the battery lease unless you sell the car or buy the battery. RCI will simply continue to take money from your account otherwise...
 
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