A challenge of owning a vehicle that was only brought into Australia in low volume is access to after market parts. Sometimes, you have to get creative. Due to limited availability of wheel and tyre options for the Mitsubishi i-MiEV, owner and AEVA member Jamie Lovick needed to get creative.
My first impressions of this nifty little electric truck.
Information about the laws surrounding converting vehicles to electric in Tasmania.
Darren Briggs recounts his experience with the Kona's potential for towing
You're thinking of buying a new electric vehicle, and the dealer is saying that you have to take it to them for servicing. But they are 200 km from where you live - what a pain! Will you void your warranty if you take it to your regular mechanic?
Are new residential and commercial developments planning for EVs? In most cases, the answer is no!
Just five years ago, a visit by a Tesla-driving motoring journalist to Tasmania ended in failure, after the lack of fast chargers cut the trip short. Today, the situation has certainly improved for the better. Check out where and when you'll be able to tour Tassie in your EV!
Agfest has moved to the cloud, and AEVA Tas is there! We'll be giving online presentations during May.