A. There are some slight differences when operating EVs that drivers should be aware of. Some of these will just take getting used to, such as the increased torque, regenerative braking and the overall handling of the vehicle.
There are a few other areas that may require some extra training or monitoring. For example, drivers of both EVs and ICE vehicles should be aware of how good driving practices can improve fuel efficiency or range. However, EVs temperature will also play a role as heating the cabin uses electricity which would otherwise be used for propulsion.
Depending on your setup, your driver may play an important role in charging the EV. They may simply have to remember to plug in the EV at the end of their shift, or you may rely on them to top up while on the road. In the case of the latter, help educate your drivers on the types and locations of charging stations that they should use, as well as how long it will take to charge. In order to optimize your operations you may want to consider creating custom notifications that alert your drivers to certain situations, like “EV is leaving a zone with a low charge.” If you have any other questions feel free to reach out to us.
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