When planning long trips in an electric car, update your knowledge about it. Know the charge consumption rate, understand potential malfunctions and emergency repair rules. Make sure the car is charged and in good condition, check the battery, brakes, tire pressure. Stock up on charging cables and adapters of different types for different charging stations, writes SPEEDME.RU.
Weather conditions and infrastructure along the route are important. Extreme weather, especially cold, affect range. Check the charging infrastructure to make sure the stations are suitable for your vehicle and that charging fits into your travel plan. Prepare an alternative route or additional charging points.
Charging takes longer than filling up with gasoline, so take this into account when planning your stops. Prepare activities while you exercise, such as food, sights, or entertainment for the children. When traveling past cities, look for interesting locations, even if the car is not fully charged.