Electric cars need a charging station to get electricity from the grid. An electric motor drives the wheels. Electric cars accelerate faster than gasoline-powered automobiles, making them seem lighter to drive.
The vehicle’s electric motor is fed by a huge traction battery pack that must be charged. Since it runs on electricity, it lacks a tailpipe and fuel components like a fuel pump, fuel lines, and tank.
An EV has less to maintain but still is mandatory to be inspected regularly as any other car. We check your EV’s:
- Tires wear and tear also tire pressure
- Windscreen wipers
- Brake maintenance.
- We also do standard inspection but without emission test and with minimal part checks.
- Suspension maintenance
- Battery maintenance.
- Air condition maintenance
The similarity with a traditional and an electric vehicle is tire wear. Tires has to be changed regularly.
Our experienced and certified technicians are trained by e-Expert in the electrical and mechanical characteristics of EV’s, as well as aluminum welding, body structure, and the unique needs of vehicle body repairs.
Batteries and other electric vehicle-related devices carry significant quantities of energy at highly dangerous voltages for people. Repairs need expertise and correct voltage training to ensure that the job is done properly and that the battery is safe to use even after the repair. In terms of tension, for example, certain things must often be tested and registered before the battery can be securely returned for use.
The majority of battery companies provide a five-to eight-year warranty. In contrast, electric car batteries are predicted to last between 10 and 20 years before having to be replaced.