Today I continue my Telsa road trip vlog and I will be driving around trying different chargers in Germany, not just Tesla Superchargers. Then it is on to Austria and again try a few odd charge networks. Some viewers have a few tips as well this time. I could just have used the Tesla chargers, but where’s the fun in that. 😀 Since I have the plugsurfing RFID key / card, I will try to use that. I also have the chargemap, the Eon, the Clever and +10 different apps on my phone. Part 1: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hQuQliZp3cY Chapters: 00:00 Replying to
In this video, I am going on an electric car road trip in my Tesla Model 3, driving through europe to get some G&T in the sun. I still get questions if it is an issue going on vacation driving electric. So here’s my experience for you to see with my own car and my personal road trip, alone through europe. I have access to Tesla’s supercharger network, but I will try to seek out other chargers in this roadtrip. All part of the fun driving an electric car. Chapters: 00:00 Service Announcement 00:38 Intro 01:04 What is this about?
I mid June, lockdown had got to me and since the weather was nice, I just drove to Germany to experience something. So I visited the border shop, twice, charged my car for free bought some rum and soft drinks. Had my first supercharger session outside my country, travelled on a ferry and then drove back home. 🙂
Today a little video about something that makes me happy. Charging my electric car for free using solar power. Now all I need is a Tesla power wall but that is not viable or even a good economic solution. Link to solar power status: https://rud.dk/wps/index.php/solar-power/ Link to website: https://rud.dk/