Electric car range drops dramatically in the cold.
Yes, we are all well aware of the fact that cars don’t like the cold. But not as well known is that charging a cold battery is slower than when warm, too.
The easiest method for warming a battery is either a DC fast-charge session. Even better is to never let the battery cool. The latter can be accomplished by parking in, say, a heated garage. However, the DC fast-charge scenario isn’t so easy. Who owns one at their residence? Put your hands up to indicate yes.

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