Electric vehicles are becoming increasingly popular, but many people worry about charging costs

This story will explore what affects charging costs and how to save money on your electric bill

The cheapest way to charge your EV is at home. Electricity rates are typically lower than those at public charging stations

Let's say you own a standard range plus Tesla Model 3. Charging it from 0% to 100% at home during off-peak hours (8.76 cents/kWh x 55 kWh battery) would cost about $4.81

Public charging stations are convenient, but they're generally more expensive than home charging

Level 2 Public Chargers: Prices vary by company. For example, charging a car from 20% to 80% at a 39 cents/kWh Blink charger might cost $11.69

Ideal for long trips, DC fast chargers are the most expensive option. Costs can be based on time or energy used

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