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Batteries can be thought of as the heart of your EV. They define how far you can go and how long it will take to recharge. Our FAQs below should answer some of the most common questions
Very unlikely – a battery’s life is determined by the number of cycles it can run. A typical LFP battery support at least 1500-2000 cycles until the remaining capacity reduces to 80% of the initial battery capacity. This roughly translates to 200000 – 275000km travelled or 8-10years of use.
If there is a need to replace the battery within the warranty period due to manufacturing defect or other malfunctioning error then the manufacturer should replace or repair the battery pack. If the owner decides that they would like to replace the battery outside of warranty then they can often pay to do so. As the price of battery is continuously diminishing this can be done fairly cheaply, especially considering the operational savings from driving an EV.
Well, it’s the same as running out of fuel in a conventional vehicle. A tow company will come and rescue you from the side of the road.
We advise you clearly define your need and plan your journey such that the situation is avoided in the first place. The perceived ease of filling up with petrol or diesel actually leads to a complacency that causes more problems than it saves.
However, as a back-up we suggest two things:
1) Always carry your standard household plug charger. That way when you get to your destination and you realize you will be cutting it fine you can top up your battery from any standard plug. That extra 30 minutes of slow charging could get you another 15 km.
2) Ensure you have breakdown cover. Call the toll-free number for assistance.