Electric Cars and the Energy Grid – Five Facts to Combat Hybrid Car Charging Myths

Just a few years ago, the idea of electric cars was met with complete skepticism. Oh, sure, people said, the technology is there to make the cars, but drivers aren’t going to buy a car that can only drive 40 miles before you have to plug it in. The argument hasn’t changed much even as ranges increased in mileage. Now that hybrid electric cars are in the mainstream — and their acceptance is growing with each passing day — the conversation is turning to the next hurdle in the acceptance of electric cars. Where the heck do you plug them in to recharge? Here are five facts that help answer that question.

  • Most electric vehicles will get all the charging they need at home.

    • Many of the newest hybrid batteries can be charged from a low-cost 220V outlet, similar to the one used by any electric clothes dryer. Some can even be charged from a 110V outlet. An overnight charge is more than enough to power most cars for their daily driving needs.
  • The driving range per overnight charge is up to 100 miles.
    • The standard wisdom says that most electric cars get about 40 miles to a charge — far less mileage than most drivers typically drive in a day. However, most of the newer vehicles actually get between 70 miles and 100 miles to a full charge – about double the daily driving mileage of the typical driver.
  • Many businesses are planning to install charging stations on site for customer convenience.

    • Whole Foods and McDonalds are just two high profile examples of companies that see the benefits of making it convenient for customers to charge up their vehicles. Some other places you might expect to see public charging stations for EVs include parking garages, mall parking lots, hotels and motels and restaurants. In fact, anywhere that people park their cars for more than half an hour is a good candidate for one or more public charging stations.
  • You don’t need a special plug and expensive equipment to charge an electric car.
    • A lot of older information on the net tells you that you need a special, dedicated plug and costly equipment to charge your EV. That’s no longer true. The newer models of EVs in development can be charged on standard household current.
  • The grid is already ramping up to support EV traffic.
    • California is leading the way in the US, with charging stations installed along hundreds of miles of highway. In Vancouver, zoning regulations require that new apartment construction must include vehicle charging stations to support the tenants’ need for EV charging. Private companies are recognizing that they can attract business by offering charging for electric cars free or at nominal cost, and fast-charging stations – stations that can recharge a battery in 30 minutes or less — are no longer a pie-in-the-sky dream.

The newest developments in electric vehicle technology have overturned some of the most commonly held myths about the barriers to the wide adoption of electronic vehicles. As more people are inspired to buy EVs like the Chevy Volt and the Nissan Leaf, they’ll find that the infrastructure they need to support their new cars is already growing to meet their needs.

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Motorcycle Safety Myths

Whether you are a new rider or you have been riding for many years, you may have heard – or may even believe – some of the much-circulated motorcycle safety myths. If you take actions based on those myths, some of them could get you injured or even killed.

If you know a biker who believes any of these myths, be sure to direct them to this article!

Myth 1: Bikers Wear Leather Because it Makes Them Look Cool

While leather does look cool, that's just a bonus. Leather, because of its unique properties, is very protective against abrasions, cuts, and scrapes. It's also very warm, even with the wind chill caused by riding on a cool day. Biker leathers are usually made from cowhide because it provides more protection than buffalo hide or pigskin. We know a rider who front wheel slid on some new, wet street tar, and he slid right underneath the pickup truck that had stopped in front of him. While he had trouble traveling "no problem," to the cop who showed up, and his shoulder was sore for weeks afterwards, absolutely all he had to show for his spill was a black abraded area on the right shoulder of his brown leather jacket. Obviously wearing leather is no excuse for recklessness, but it can certainly help minimize bodily surface damage.

Myth 2: Drivers in Cages Do not Give a Hoot About Bikers

It's not that they do not care – it's that they do not see you. They're not looking for someone on a motorcycle. You can help these drivers see you by wearing motorcycle safety equipment, such as a bright helmet and brightly colored clothing. Motorcycle helmets do save lives, that is a fact. You can hear and see quite well with even a full-faced helmet. Also, have the proper safety equipment on your bike, including brighter-than-stock lights or extra lights.

Myth 3: The Louder the Pipes, the Safer You Are

If you've ever ridden in a group, you know you can barely hear the bike behind you. And the bikes on the side of you are not that loud either, unless they are right next to you. So no, loud pipes are not going to make people driving cars aware of you, especially if they have their noses buried in their cell phones, are eating, putting on makeup, reading, or are otherwise distracted.

Myth 4: Lay the Bike Down if You Are Going to Crash

This is the worst thing you can do. When you slide, you have a good chance of getting burned beyond belief by the exhaust or you could slide under a vehicle. Instead, learn how to brake effectively. The one time that it might be better to lay the bike down is if you are on an elevated roadway, such as a bridge, and the only alternative is to fall over the guardrail to your death.

Myth 5: Surface Streets are Safer than Highways

Many people believe surface streets are safer than highways because of the slower speeds. However, they are actually more dangerous since you have traffic coming at you from all sides, and often unexpectedly, since it is so difficult for drivers to "see" motorcycles. You have people pulling out of side roads, parking lots, and driveways. It's bad enough when someone turns right on red and cuts off a car because they're in a big hurry, but when that person does it to a motorcycle, there is more damage than just a busted fender. Highways are safer since you are all going in the same direction – unless you have some drunk guy driving in the wrong direction.

Do not Believe Motorcycle Safety Myths!

You may have heard many more motorcycle safety myths. Do not believe them. If you hear something that sounds suspicious, do some research just to see how true it is. Having the proper safety equipment will save your life more so than doing something crazy like dumping your bike on purpose.

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Lipo Battery Charging Myths: Parallel Charging – Fast Balance Charging



How to Fast Charge your batteries without damaging them..

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Intro 00:00
Parallel Charging: 00:22
Balanced Fast Charge: 00:52
Battery Charge Rate: 01:50
How to Fast Charge: 02:45
Wrong way to Fast Charge: 03:37
Why to balance the cells: 04:35
Battery Supported Rate: 07:12
Balance charging Rates: 08:08
Fast Charge Times per C: 08:42
Fast Charge example: 09:41
How to know your battery max charge rate: 11:03
5C charing rate example: 11:48
Final notes: 13:00

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Apka Smartphone Aur Uske Battery Charging Tips & Myths (Hyderabadi Hindi)



Apka Smartphone Aur Uske Battery ke bare me charging tips & Myths how long to charge a battery, discharging battery and facts about fast charging and battery heating.

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Best Tips for Better Battery Life!!! Top Smartphone Battery Myths Cleared | battery charging tips



Best Tips for Better Battery Life!!! Top Smartphone Battery Myths Cleared | battery charging tips

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MOBILE BATTERY BLASTING REASON??? BATTERY CHARGING MYTHS BY VS TECH



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6 Best Tips for Better Battery Life!! Charge Only 40 Minutes And Use 24Hours (Urdu/Hindi)Najii TV



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How to charge the battery correctly? Why do the phone batteries decrease so quickly? We have 6 amazing tips that will make your smartphone live a longer life!

Nowadays one can hardly imagine life without a cell phone. And it happens quite often that our gadgets start to act up just half a year after we bought them. It is frustrating, but in most cases, we ourselves are to blame! Let’s face it — we don’t always handle our devices properly.

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Best Tips for Better Battery Life!!! Top Smartphone Battery Myths Cleared



Namaskaar Dosto, is video mein maine aapse Smartphone ki Batteries ke baare mein baat ki hai. Bahut sa confusion hai Battery ko leke, hum sabhi chahte hai ki hume ek acche battery life mile, aur aise mein hum bahut si tips ko follow karte hai, lekin kuch aisi myths bhi hai jinka door hona jaruri hai. Mujhe umeed hai ki yeh video dekhne ke baad aapke man mein jo bhi myths hai Smartphone batteries ke leke woh door ho jayenge, aur aap ek acche Battery life enjoy kar payenge.

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Don’t Charge Your Phone Like This – Charging Myths 2018 – 2019



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Does overcharging hurt your phone?



The quest for power is eternal. Phones, our tethers to both the virtual and IRL world, almost never have enough juice to last an entire day. Our lives are turning into endless hunts for places to charge. Even charging at home can be difficult, particularly if you share your space with other people and use multiple devices daily. These issues can be solved through planning, though. Subscribe: https://goo.gl/G5RXGs

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