Plug In West Michigan Podcast - Episode 1 - Myths


Part of WKTV Journal Grand Rapids, MI Community Programming

Listen Here: Episode 1 - EV Myths


Episode 1 Show Notes

Introduction

Main Topic:  Electric Vehicle Myths
EV News Snippets

Value Added

Wrap-Up

Pictures

Here are a few Michigan winter pictures of Karl's EVs:

Adding winter tires to an EV allows it to handle snow quite well.
Remote preheat is available in most EVs that lets you warm up
your car while running errands.

There's no need to freeze at the gas station if you have a garage. 
Most EV "fueling" takes place at home.
This also lets you preheat the car without using the battery
and without worrying about exhaust fumes.
Yes, you can drive, charge and take road trips in the snow.
My Model S charging at a Tesla Supercharger near Iowa City, IA.


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