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What are the different ways to charge my FINN EV?

There are three types of charging methods for electric vehicles: Level 1, Level 2, and DC Fast

1. Level 1 Charging: This is the slowest charging method and uses a standard 120-volt AC
household outlet to charge the vehicle. It is suitable for drivers who have access to an
outlet close to their parking spot and do not need to drive long distances daily.

2. Level 2 Charging: This method uses a 240-volt AC power source and is faster than Level
1. It requires a dedicated charging station to be installed in your home or at public
charging stations. Level 2 charging is ideal for drivers who need to drive longer distances
daily or need to charge their vehicle overnight.

3. DC Fast Charging: This method is the quickest way to charge your electric vehicle, and it
can charge your car up to 80% in as little as 30 minutes. However, this type of charging
requires specialized equipment and can be expensive. It is best suited for drivers who
need to charge their vehicles quickly while on long-distance trips.

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