BY esmina martins

10 Tips On How to Manage Your EV's Battery

10 Tips On How to Manage Your EV's Battery

This is a no-brainer for any car or even a person, in fact. Nothing stays in good health if its inactive.

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Don't Keep Your Vehicle Idle

Remember, this is for emergencies only! Doing this regularly will hurt your battery because of the strain.

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Avoid Fast Charging

The ideal amount is up to 80%. Charging it to the brim will make the battery deteriorate faster.

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Don't Charge Your Car Fully!

We always try to do this, but wit EV's, overheating the battery is deadly. Search for a cool spot to park in.

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Park In The Shade

Don't wait for the battery to hit below 20% before you recharge it. 

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Don't Let It Drain Too Much

Store them in a clean and dry area that's preferably ventilated to prevent mishaps.

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Store the Battery and Charger appropriately

The batteries drain faster on hot days. Make sure to charge them accordingly. 

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Time Your Charging on Hot Days

Use the original charger in accordance with your battery type.

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Cater to Specific Battery Types

The batteries need some time to cool down before you start charging them. 

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Don't Charge After Use

Whether it's your phone, your laptop or your EV, charging it overnight is a bad idea.

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Don't Overcharge