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How to charge your car in public

3 min to readYour lease car: tips & tricks
Of course, you will mostly be charging your electric car at home or at work, but sometimes you have no choice but to use a public charging station. Although the procedure is the same as at home, it is advisable to keep the following tips in mind.
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The number of charging stations is growing rapidly. Nevertheless, it is advisable to keep these tips in mind before connecting your car to a public charging station.

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Who can park at a charging station?

You can easily recognise a parking spot where electric cars can recharge by the blue sign with a white P that has another sign underneath it with a power plug symbol on it. In addition, the parking spot in question is often painted blue or green with a power plug symbol in the centre to clearly indicate the fact that the spot is reserved for electric cars only.

By parking a car with a conventional combustion engine on a spot reserved for electric vehicles, you risk a fine of €49. Moreover, your car may be towed and you may be liable for the costs of the towing procedure.

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Published at April 19, 2019
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April 19, 2019
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