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Most of your EV charging will be done at home (maybe all), but there's a growing number of charging stations across the country in case you need to charge-up on the road.

Public charging can be done two different ways - Level 2 charging or Level 3 DC Fast Charging (DCFC). Level 2 charging generally takes several hours to charge a vehicle, whereas DCFC charging can fill most batteries to about 80% in 20 to 30 minutes. DC fast charging generally comes in three different plug types CCS, CHAdeMO and Tesla. Adapters may be available for some configurations.

Charger data provided by U.S. Department of Energy (DOE)/NREL/ALLIANCE
Contains information courtesy of the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE)/NREL/ALLIANCE
Zip code data provided courtesy of Service Objects, Inc.