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EV Accessories: https://goo.gl/LjGDxm EV Everything: https://ev-everything.com Band Music: https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/jordan-lee-and-the-revelry/id1232126933 In this video, you'll see how much energy it takes for my Nissan Leaf to get me to work and back. Other topics include regenerative braking, the impact of climate controls on your driving range, and battery degradation over time. Enjoy!
In this video we take the BOLT EV on a weekend getaway from Lewiston Maine to Carver Massachusetts for some family fun at Edaville Railroad. I show how we prep the all electric BOLT EV for a semi long distance road trip and how easy/normal it can be to drive an electric car for a weekend getaway trip... Due to some family troubles I'm going through right now it took a little longer than I had anticipated to get this video out to you. If you'd like to know more please follow me over at patreon where we can exchange private messages... Thank you all for your support and I look forward to getting back into the game soon! To watch our nearly hour long video of just Edaville Railroad you can check that out here... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1N-zfq9yo2k If you love what I do and would like to help keep this channel going then please consider becoming a Patron at: http://www.patreon.com/bmhsonic It's really cool and it helps this channel out lots...plus when you make a pledge you get bragging rights to your friends about how awesome you are for supporting me and my channel! You can also follow me on: http://www.twitter.com/bmhsonic http://www.instagram.com/bmhsonic http://www.facebook.com/bmhsonic A special shout out and thanks goes to Sal, creator of: http://ev-guidelines.org/ and http://ev-frisbee.com/ Whether you're new to EV's or not there's a lot of useful information to be had on Sal's website so I encourage you to go check it out! Thanks for watching, and don't forget to click on that red SUBSCRIBE button above! ~BMHSONIC~
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In this episode, we follow-up on a previous video to demonstrate our charging upgrades for at-home EV charging. Using a 240v charger & some other accessories, we have optimized space & efficiency in our garage to power our Nissan Leaf & Chevrolet Volt.