I test drive several electric vehicles on my YouTube channel (CallasEV) and I always suggest for you to go on a test drive. Sometimes I get asked how someone can get a test drive or where to go for one. The first thought is to go to the dealership directly, but sometimes you don’t want
Drive Electric Earth Day will be celebrated all month long in April. What is this event? It is a national campaign to share information about electric vehicles. This is an opportunity to attend an online event or attend an in-person event. If you are a current EV owner, you can register at a local event
Charging your electric vehicle at home is where the majority of your charging will be done. It’s generally cheaper to charge overnight since many utility companies provide lower rates when the electricity demand is lowest. The U.S. Department of Energy gives an example to calculate the cost per mile of an EV: “If electricity costs
It’s the Holiday season! Whether you are looking for a gift for someone else or yourself, here is a list I compiled for Tesla fans while I was doing my own holiday shopping. Some of the items I already own, others I haven’t had a chance to review. I’m not paid or sponsored by any
Several people have commented on my YouTube video’s asking, “What are your Tesla insurance costs, what are your total costs for your SR+?.” I struggle a little in responding to some of these comments as it just depends. I know, no one likes to hear the “it depends” response but it’s true. Car insurance depends
I did a video titled, “Charge your EV around the World“, where I described the current charging connectors electric vehicles use in different areas of the world. In that video I talked a little bit about one of the first charging connectors from Avcon and Magnecharge. Avcon was the original version of the J1772 connector.
National Drive Electric Week is September 26th-October 4th, 2020! Many in person events have been moved online. Check out the 2020 Drive Electric week for information on events in your area. Last year I was fortunate enough to attend two events in my state. It was a good time getting to talk to other EV
My Youtube channel, CallasEV, came about during the start of quarantine in early 2020. I always enjoyed making funny videos with my friends on YouTube and decided to pick it back up again but with a different purpose. I try to support electric vehicles and hybrid electric vehicles through content that shares my experiences and