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Important Guidelines for Charging Electric Vehicles

Important Guidelines for Charging Electric Vehicles

Jun 07, 2024

Electric vehicles (EVs) offer the convenience of allowing the ignition to be on while charging, but it's important to note that driving while charging is not possible. Given the relatively long charging times for EVs, especially at public charging stations, drivers often find themselves waiting. In such situations, particularly during adverse weather conditions like rain or snow, it can be more comfortable to stay inside the vehicle, listening to music or using the air conditioning.

While it's technically possible to remain inside the vehicle during charging, it is generally not recommended. The vehicle is connected to a high-voltage power source during this process, and its operational state differs from normal. There is always a slight risk of unexpected issues arising, and the potential for electrical leakage exists. Therefore, for safety reasons, it is best to avoid staying inside the car while it is charging.

 

Key Safety Tips for Charging Electric Vehicles

Pre-Charge Inspection:

Before starting the charging process, inspect the vehicle's charging port and the charging plug for any debris or moisture. Ensure these areas are clean and dry to prevent any charging complications.

Avoid Extreme Weather:

Refrain from charging your EV in extreme weather conditions such as direct sunlight, heavy rain, or during a typhoon. These environments can increase the risk of safety hazards.

 

Properly Stop Charging:

If you need to stop charging midway, always use the charging station's interface or the vehicle's on-screen controls to cease charging before disconnecting the plug. Never pull the plug out directly without stopping the charge first.

 

Post-Charge Verification:

Once charging is complete, check the charging status on the station's screen or your vehicle's display to ensure charging has indeed stopped. Only then should you disconnect the charging plug from the vehicle.

 

Routine Charging Practices:

Maintain a regular charging schedule to optimize battery health. Avoid overcharging or deep discharging, which can negatively impact battery life. Aim to recharge when the battery level drops below 20%, and typically charge it up to 80%-90%.

 

By following these guidelines, you can help ensure a safe and efficient charging experience for your electric vehicle, while also extending the lifespan of its battery. Remember, safety should always be your top priority when handling high-voltage systems.

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