A growing number of Tesla Model S and Nissan LEAF owners utilize the solar energy to charge their electric cars.
"All wheel is definitely worth the money," writes Apoorv in Tesla Model S Owners Club on Facebook. "I have had both, and when I had the rear wheel, it used to skid so much during snow.
One Tesla model S owner write in Tesla forum that he is selling his pre-autopilot 2014 MS P85 so he can buy the new Model X.
Here is what some Nissan LEAF owners say about how long their batteries last and when the bars are lost. The answers are summarized from Nissan LEAF Owners group on Facebook.
These opinions are taken from Plugin Prius Facebook group, which is a public group.
"I can't find any way to decrease the volume or slow the pace of the beeps," wrote one 2017 Chevy Volt owner in a Volt owners forum.
Have you ever forgotten to charge your electric car at home or meant to do it and faced the fact of having a car without a charge in the morning?
"This wasn't the case for me as my electric bill went up by less than half of what I was spending on gas every month.
I am "considering buying a new Model S. Just joined the group so I'm a newbie with lots of questions.
I asked a question to fellow Tesla Model S owners about the most common upgrades they make to their cars. Here is what they wrote.
The general words is "yes." Every EV can be charged in the rain, unless the owner's manual has specific warning about it. Before you do it check your manual or call the dear and ask.
Current Model S owners are sharing their impressions and opinions about Tesla's Model 60 and here are few interesting ones here that paint a comparison picture of Tesla Model S 70 vs Model S 60.
Practice Manually Before using Perpendicular Parking
There is an interesting discussion in SF Bay Nissan LEAF Owners Group on Facebook where someone asks about the right time to change Nissan LEAF tires.
Here is the reasoning for Elon Musk's floor nomination for Nobel Prize.
Tesla survey shows only 5% battery capacity loss in 5 years.
"The car appeared new when I arrived at the Aria 4:45pm Sunday evening. It had a license plate on the front that said Zero Emissions.
It looks like both companies could be a good match for one another. Tesla needs to ramp up its production capability, while Tesla needs longer range LEAFs to compete with Model 3.
Some people in automotive world and media think that Nissan LEAF may be the first electric car that will lose market share because of the stiff competition coming from Tesla's Model 3.
Today I saw a good discussion in Tesla Owner's Group where a user, named Core Lohse discussed 2 reasons why Tesla owners use local Superchargers to charge their cars and why all-you-can-eat approac
The EcoCar3 competition began back in 2014, when 16 teams from universities around the United States took on the task of re-engineering the drivetrain of the 2016 Chevrolet Camaro to make it far mo