I made a quick tutorial video on how to use the tool. I would recommend taking the information from his tool and putting it into a spreadsheet or writing it down on a piece of paper to bring with you on your road trips. You could put the data into my trip planner spreadsheet and just hide the columns you don’t need to help organize your route and timing etc.
View the video in full screen for HD and easier viewing…
I forgot to mention in the video that if you want to look at the details of a charging location, click on the icon. For more exact information, including up-to-date status of the station, visit PlugShare. In Nelson, we do not yet have a public charger, so look up my home charger on PlugShare (make sure you have the ‘residential chargers’ selected) if you are visiting the area.
Blue = good to go!
Yellow = low battery warning
Red = very low battery warning
Black = can only do the trip in the downhill direction
He is very passionate about the future of energy generation & usage.He prefers bikes to cars, but acknowledges that Canadian cities have been developed primarily with cars in mind, so if we're going to drive, let's make them all EVs!(But let's get EV buses and take those where possible first.)
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