Why 110-volt charging makes sense for some plug-in vehicle drivers (AutoblogGreen)

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Default Why 110-volt charging makes sense for some plug-in vehicle drivers (AutoblogGreen)

... less than $400 and, even though it will likely take ten or so hours to charge a Chevrolet Volt or Toyota Prius Plug-in Hybrid with a Level 1 setup, Zehala says internet connectivity means that plug-in owners can use their smartphones or PCs to dial in off-peak charging - just like with that über-expensive 240-volt unit. Simplicity is key. Zehala told PluginCars: You'll go down...

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