Driving an electric car every day

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Re: Driving an electric car every day




by Christophe » 24/03/24, 19:44

perplex wrote:
The Model 3s have difficulty passing the MOT in Germany...I say that I'm not saying anything...Posted in November 2023 above in this subject:

Don't say anything it's better than talking bullshit about the CT in Germany.

https://www.tesla.com/fr_fr/giga-berlin
It's true that it looks like a shanty town incapable of getting a car out in compliance with the MOT : Mrgreen:


Are you contradicting the Tüv analyses? : Shock: : Shock: : Shock:
It seems to me that it's rather credible as an organization...

And it's not because you have a nice factory that you don't produce shit... : Mrgreen:
Example: Coca Cola factories are certainly at the top of technology... : Lol: : Lol: : Lol:
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Re: Driving an electric car every day




by Christophe » 24/03/24, 19:48

Macro wrote:I had a hard time shifting my c zero to the ct because of the rear brakes which weren't working....But hey, it's over 10 years old and 85000km


I don't know the inspection rules in Germany, but I assume that the faulty Model 3s are at least 3 or 4 years old...and probably as many km as yours...

Information taken, it is every 3 years in Germany, this therefore concerns Model 3 which pass their first inspection since the Model 1 arrived on the market in 3/2020: https://www.francebleu.fr/emissions/la- ... ue-6420720

And that's not the only big difference, hold on tight (especially French bikers) because here are the vehicles subject to compulsory technical inspection for the Germans:

-- cars: every 3 years,

-- motorcycles: every 2 years,

-- taxis, rental vehicles: every year,

-- caravans: every two years,

-- trucks: every year.

We are in the middle of a German cliché, and yet it is hardly an exaggeration: our neighbors want to control everything to feel safe, while in France, technical inspection is a chore.

The Germans have even become experts in technical inspections around the world: the leading organization which carries out the tests on the other side of the border is called "Tüv" (this brand has become synonymous with "technical inspection" for our neighbors ).
Pronounced “teuf”.
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Re: Driving an electric car every day




by Macro » 24/03/24, 19:53

Christophe wrote:
The Germans have even become experts in technical inspections around the world: the leading organization which carries out the tests on the other side of the border is called "Tüv" (this brand has become synonymous with "technical inspection" for our neighbors ).
Pronounced "teuf".[/i]


Not particularly a guarantee of quality.... In the 90s they certified chinoix gear which was crap without names... Who remembers the rolling jacks and jack stands from outirors which dropped a quarter of their admissible load.. .
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by Christophe » 24/03/24, 19:54

You're still alive, right? : Mrgreen:

And sticking a fake label on shit is also possible, the CE label for example...the Chinese know how to do it too! : Lol: : Lol: : Lol:
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by Macro » 24/03/24, 19:57

Christophe wrote:You're still alive, right? : Mrgreen:



I do...I'm naturally suspicious... Among the locals, CE means China export...
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Re: Driving an electric car every day




by GuyGadeboisTheBack » 25/03/24, 12:56

“Tuf”, not “Tuf”. It was nothing.
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Re: Driving an electric car every day




by Christophe » 25/03/24, 13:05

Well yeah there is a “houmlaout” : Mrgreen: ...so it is said "U"...without it it would be said "OU" but never "EU"...In short they must have confused Dutch and German...
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by phil59 » 26/03/24, 23:17

Macro wrote:I had a hard time shifting my c zero to the ct because of the rear brakes which weren't working....But hey, it's over 10 years old and 85000km


My ion from 2012, 125 km, did not have this problem, just the "cracked" tires to change, even if not worn, and AB, re-adjusted.

It was only Norauto, when changing tires, who wanted to change my brake pads...

And I told the guy that it only had barely 125 km, and that we'd see it in about 000.
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Re: Driving an electric car every day




by Christophe » 18/04/24, 11:40

At certain Belgian motorway stations, you find a table, apparently it is a legal thing:

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Very informative !

Please note the price of electricity in this table, home charging, is the cheapest!

No subscription or overcharged kWh as is the case at motorway charging stations...

On the other hand, electricity in Belgium is one of the most expensive in Europe...

If the car consumes 20 kWh/100 km, recharging losses (15%) included, then this makes the price of the average home kWh in Belgium 5.3 / 20 = 26.5 cts/kWh ... not so far from France now therefore ...
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Re: Driving an electric car every day




by phil59 » 20/04/24, 22:51

Not quite ...

If you charge at home, it's more like 13 cents per kWh, if you have the right subscription to suit your needs....

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I remind you that I was in a "plug" consumption, therefore with the various losses, in the 15 kWh per 100 km, over more than 70 km.

I will do my consumption again soon, over 90 km.

So, with the latest prices, I remain, on average, less than €2 per 100 km.

My breakdown of total electricity consumption in March, with the tempo rate...

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