The question of the double battery
But what happens when you drive aelectric car and you are left with the battery completely download? Let's see it, making an initial clarification. Electric cars, in addition to the lithium-ion battery pack that powers the engine (or electric motors), are generally also equipped with a normal 12 volt which performs the same functions as the equivalent one present on all traditionally fueled cars: it supplies energy to the lighting system, the radio and the starting system.
Thus, if that battery remains on the ground, even with the other one charged, a car with zero emissions does not turn on. But the 12 Volt battery recharges with i Cavi, as is known, and the problem, which is in fact remote, is easily circumvented.
The reserve of the reserve
When you arrive at the 0% of the automotive battery the situation changes. Everything is fine Home has its own philosophy about it. There are those electric cars that really have zero when they get to zero sold out all the energy available and there are those who, even if they indicate that they have achieved it 0%, they keep one emergency reserve. They can travel a couple of kilometers more, just to allow the car to be secured.
All, generally, as exhaustion approaches, tend to preserve autonomy as much as possible by inserting in automatic a modality that penalizes the performance in favor of mileage.
The tow truck is better
And once you stop? What's now? it's called theassistance. Possibly a roadside assistance company equipped with vehicles capable of completely lifting the car and transporting it on a flatbed. This is the optimum to achieve a charging station. Otherwise, by entering the fuck and releasing the handbrake (usually electric), it can also be towed, but only for short distances. When you arrive at a recharging point, you proceed to fill up with energy as always, because the car has not undergone any type of danno.
Ultimately, running out of fuel or with dead batteries is more or less the same thing. Except that with a zero-emission car it takes a few shrewdness more and, once you find a charging point, you have to spend some time attached to it plug (here an article about charging times).
Quite a remote hypothesis
It is equally true, however, that when you are at the wheel of a car a zero emissionsThrough on-board computer and system of infotainment battery status, system utilization and residual range are continuously monitored, in a certain sense conversing with the car, which suggests alternative routes, charging stations and scheduled stops. In short, to stay dry, you have to put in enough effort.
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