Electric Vehicle Charging

Envoy Home Base Charging

What you need to know: The majority of the time, the Envoy vehicle will charge at its "home base". Each Envoy vehicle has its own reserved parking spot with an adjoining dedicated charging station. Make sure to unplug the charger before entering the vehicle, and please plug back in when you return. 

Cost: Free! Envoys charge for free at their home-base.

Access: This varies from property to property. At many locations, no special access is needed - simply unplug the charger from the docking station and plug it into the vehicle. At certain locations, there is a "card" on the charging station that must be scanned in order to unlock the charging cable. Simply scan the card on the charging station and you will be able to remove the charging cable. To unplug the charger from the vehicle, just make sure the vehicle is UNLOCKED and then remove the charge-cable from the car and plug it into the charging station.

Level 2 Charging

What you need to know: Level 2 Charging is the most common type of charger you will see. These chargers are located at many public locations including Super-Markets, Malls, Hotels and Work-Places.

How to find: Search "Charging Station" in Google Maps for one nearby.

Cost: Varies depending on your region. Generally around $1.50 per hour is standard. On occasion you may find a "free" level-2 charger, however this is fairly uncommon. 

Access: You will need to "sign up" with whatever provider owns/operates the charger you are attempting to access. Usually there are instructions on the charging station that will advise you how to sign up.

Charging Speed: Up to 25 miles per hour. 

DC Fast Charging

What you need to know: DC Fast Charging, also known as "Level 3 Charging", is available on certain makes and models of vehicles but not all. This is a good option if you need to charge your Envoy in a hurry. It is recommended to only DC Fast Charge one time a day. Multiple DC Fast Charges in a row can cause a vehicle to over-heat. 

How to find: Search "Charging Station" in Google Maps for one nearby.

Cost: Varies depending on your region. Generally around $0.30 per minute is standard. 

Access: You will need to "sign up" with whatever provider owns/operates the charger you are attempting to access. Usually there are instruction on the charging station that will advise you how to sign up.

Charging Speed: Up to 75 miles in 30 minutes. 

Tesla Supercharger

What you need to know: Tesla Supercharging is available on all Tesla models. More info can be found HERE

How to find: Look for the "lightning bolt" icon on the navigation screen of the Tesla. A full list can also be found HERE

Cost: Free for all Teslas. 

Access: No special access is needed. Simply unplug the charge cable from the charger and plug into the vehicle. Charging will begin automatically. 

Charging Speed: About 20 minutes to charge to 50%, 40 minutes to charge to 80%, and 75 minutes to 100%

 
 
 
 

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