I Did 1,200 Miles in a Chevy Bolt EUV, but the Charging Network Didn’t Help

Trip Type:
1200 miles / 1920 km
Trip Date:
Starting Place:
North East Columbus, Ohio
Washington DC

This is one real & straightforward report – what to do when the chargers are broken. The charging infrastructure is not even nearly there when it comes to long-hauls but it is not insurmountable according to Kevin Williams. How do you handle driving through charging dead zones?

This is a trip from Ohio to DC, 400 miles on each side. But there are zero DC fast charging options for the cities of Washington, PA, Wheeling, WV, or Morgantown, WV.

Often what is feasible on the maps or apps is far from reality. Ofen because of broken chargers, it throws you off terrain or gets you stranded with a dead car and put you farther away from your destination adding to the drive time

Kevin Williams is still optimistic about Electric cars and shares a few important tips to tackle road-tripping in EVs.

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