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Still waiting for delivery of my first EV, I wanted to be prepared for the sundries I'd need for day-to-day maintenance of the car.
This may be a silly question but I wondered how they might differ from an ICE that needs engine oil, water/coolant, screen wash, additives, steering/clutch/brake fluid etc?
What does an EV require?
In winter, softer, more expensive windscreen wipers and higher mix concentrations of washer fluid.

Other than that, much the same. But keep any eye out for failing 12V batteries, and doing a manual trickle charge on it every so often is not a bad idea if you seem to be having peculiar glitches and seemingly inexplicable low battery voltage.
 

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As the battery is low in the car you'll find bottom quarks are best.
Though I like the idea of the charm ones.
Would you say a low battery therefore has all down-electrons?

If you have all down-electrons in your battery and feel your quantum angular momentum is a bit lopsided going around a roundabout, try adding some high quality spin-up electrons! If you don't know how to balance your electrons, just ask a boson.
 
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