Plunging temperatures can impact your vehicle, but fear not, here is our Winter Care Guide.
Regularly check the air pressure in your vehicle’s tires. Tires generally lose 2% of their air pressure for every 5.5°C the ambient temperature drops.
If the air pressure in one or more tires is low, inflate them to the automaker's recommended PSI. You can find this information on a label on the driver’s-side doorjamb.
All vehicles, whether they run on gas or kilowatts, become less energy-efficient in cold weather. The typical internal combustion engine vehicle can see its gas mileage drop by around 20% in the cold, and this effect tends to be more pronounced with electric cars.
Below 0°C temperatures can impact your EV’s battery performance and its ability to accept a charge, so here are our tips to minimise this effect:
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