Oh yes, and talking to other EV drivers and people passing by interested in EVs on practically every occasion using public chargingThat would be going on holiday so 40-50 minutes on a fast charger, dog needs a walk, get a few provisions, coffee break and toilets. That might also include 10 minutes going to the Plan B charger which is always close by. It's almost exactly the same routine when we had an ICE.
In mine, a 62, actually I would. I was surprised. Since 'rapidgate', Nissan now very much under promise and over deliver. For the first rapid charge of the day, anyway: I've needed no more so far.In my Leaf, quickly is not a word I would associate
Eat.How long you normally will spend at a public charging point？ What do you normally do to kill your time while waiting for charging？
Yep, on the BP Ultra rapid, just under 1kwh per minute, so 30mins is just right for dog, loos, food and emails.In mine, a 62, actually I would. I was surprised. Since 'rapidgate', Nissan now very much under promise and over deliver. For the first rapid charge of the day, anyway: I've needed no more so far.
It's all relative though. I'm sure a 350 kW-charging Taycan would be another world.
You might but not us with our trusty Leafs!Obviously in the first 5 mins you sit/stand there amazed the darn thing is finally working
Then you nervously lock the car expecting then the charge point to explode / the car to explode / a THUNK and charging to stop
If not, your heart rate descends down and you go do some of the above mentioned things, trying hard not to be stung by the high prices of the facilities right by the charge point.