Electric Vehicle Maintenance
Service Your EV in Marlboro, and get the most out of your charge!
Even electric vehicles need periodic maintenance and occasional repairs
Electric Vehicle Maintenance:
Although EV’s are easier to maintain, that doesn’t mean there isn’t maintenance required. Routine maintenance on your electric vehicle is vital to keep your car running smoothly and efficiently.
- Tire Wear & Tear: We recommend bringing your Electric vehicle to get your tires rotated every 6 months, or every 7,500 miles. Electric vehicles have a higher acceleration than other cars which causes the car to generate more power. More power from the car leads to faster wear & tear on the the tires.
- Wheel Alignment: Wheel alignments are vital to keep up with, especially on your EV, to ensure the car doesn’t pull towards one side or the other.
- Cabin Filter Replacement: Just like any car, it is important to replace your electric vehicle’s cabin air filter every 12 months, or every 15,000 miles to maximize vehicle performance.
- Brake Services: It is important to ensure your brakes are always working properly no matter what kind of vehicle you are driving. We recommend changing your brake fluid on your EV every 24 months, or every 30,000 miles. As well as, checking your brake pads and rotors every year to ensure the safety of yourself and others on the road!
Marlboro Nissan electric vehicle charging station is available 24/7. Stop by any time, and get charged up!
What is CHADEMO?
CHAdeMO is an abbreviation for “Charge de Move” meaning a charge for moving! CHAdeMO is a rapid charging system for electric vehicles. The more capacity the charger can supply, the faster the vehicle will be charged. Our fast charging DC charger supplies a minimum of 50kW of power and up to 350kW of Direct current to charge the battery of your vehicle.
What is CCS?
CCS stands for Combined Charging System. CCS is also a rapid charging system for electric vehicles. The CCS charger can supply a minimum power of 25Kw up to 350kW of power. “The CCS connector uses some connections of the Type 2 interface and adds two additional DC power lines which are capable of running at higher voltages compared to the standard connector.”