Charging and range
– The cars can easily be charged with factory chargers from any socket, as well as, the rapid and quick chargers in the street. Our cars are charged with a rapid charger (CHAdeMO) in 20-30 minutes, at an average quick charger in the street (ELMŰ) (Type 2) it take 1-1.5 hours. A full-charge at home requires approximately 10-12 hours.
– The range of the cars greatly depends on the way of use and the weather (heating-cooling).
In case of a Kia Soul the average range is 150-170 km,
In case of a Nissan Leaf the average range is 180-200 km
Parking with a green number-plate
– Electric cars have a green number-plate. This enables free parking in Budapest and certain towns in the public parking spaces. Free parking is not possible in private parking places, underground car parks and car parks. The number-plate does not entitle you park at places where it is prohibited to wait, or to stop. Similarly you need additional authorisation to occupy a parking spot at places reserved for impaired people. You can park for free at charging stations for the duration of charging. Once the car is fully charged, you must leave immediately.