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When you use a public charger, what's the average amount of kWh you put in?

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I'm one of those boring people who has it all in a spreadsheet, so I can tell you that the arithmetic mean is 15.07, with a standard deviation of 10.93 the median is 13.13 and the mode is 5, cos it put 5kWh in twice ;-)

Shorter answer would be - same as Tooks. As much as I need, plus a bit more for good measure! More if it's free/ cheap/ fast/ somewhere pleasant, otherwise as little as possible.
 

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I'm one of those boring people who has it all in a spreadsheet, so I can tell you that the arithmetic mean is 15.07, with a standard deviation of 10.93 the median is 13.13 and the mode is 5, cos it put 5kWh in twice ;-)

Shorter answer would be - same as Tooks. As much as I need, plus a bit more for good measure! More if it's free/ cheap/ fast/ somewhere pleasant, otherwise as little as possible.
Absolutely love the precision! Very wide SD - I wonder if you've got a bit of a bi-modal distribution based on whether you're just topping up or going further and need the full charge.
 

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I don’t have a home charger too. So I tend to go from about 30% to full, using the cheapest local charger at a time when I won’t block other users too much.

So today I used the local Asda, charged 43KWh - cost £1.20. Felt a little guilty at one point because there are 4 bays and 2 chargers, when I started all 4 were free, when I went back 1 had packed up - so there was only 1 spare. But given that BP Pulse lady told me that post was last used 2 weeks ago - I think it’s unlikely to have stopped too many people.
 
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