Charging at home
You only need a plug and a socket to charge at home using level 1 charging. This is the most common and convenient way. Plug your vehicle into the charging point at night, and the next morning, your car is good to go! Drivers can also use level 2 charging by having a home charging station installed in a garage. Some home chargers offer various smart features such as energy monitoring and software updates as well if access to the internet available.
Charging at work
A growing number of companies offer on-site workplace charging to their employees for sustainability purposes. The charging speed of most workplace chargers is as fast as home chargers. Drivers will find it highly convenient because they can charge up their vehicles parked outside their offices while working.
Charging at public charging stations
Nowadays, more and more public charging stations are being installed. You can charge your vehicle while parking in places like an apartment building and public parking lot, supermarket, mall, and gym. Many public charging stations are free, while others, particularly DC fast chargers, require a fee. Many gas stations and highway services now also have charging points so you can use when on a long-distance journey or in emergencies. You can easily locate your nearest public charging stations using apps.