Emergency EV Charging

Life is full of surprises, and sometimes, your EV’s battery might not cooperate with your plans. That’s where we come in. Our emergency EV charging service is just a phone call away. Whether you’re stranded on the side of the road or need a quick top-up to reach your destination, our team of certified technicians will come to your rescue, ensuring you get back on the road in no time.

Emergency EV Charging for Any Vehicle

Whether you’re driving an EV rental while on vacation or just found out you have the wrong plug, our emergency EV charging specialists will quickly have you back behind the wheel. It’s hard enough getting used to a loaner or rental car, especially if it’s your first time driving an electric vehicle. If you run out of power, give us a call and we will come to your location without delay.

On-Call Mobile EV Charging

Imagine having a personal charging station wherever you go. With our on-call mobile EV charging service, you can enjoy the convenience of charging your EV anywhere and anytime, whether you’re at home, work, or your favorite shopping center. Our state-of-the-art mobile charging units are equipped with cutting-edge technology to ensure fast and efficient charging for your electric vehicle.

How Long Will It Take to Charge My Electric Vehicle?

The time it takes to charge an electric vehicle (EV) varies significantly based on several factors:

Battery Capacity

The larger the battery capacity, the longer it takes to charge. A higher-capacity battery will store more energy but will also require more time to fill up.

Charging Speed

Charging speed is typically measured in kilowatts (kW). The faster the charging speed, the quicker your EV will charge. Common levels of charging include Level 1 (120V, slow), Level 2 (240V, moderate), and DC Fast Charging (varying voltages and amperages, very fast).

State of Charge

If your battery is nearly empty, it will take longer to charge compared to a partially depleted battery. Many EVs have faster charging rates when the battery is at a lower state of charge and slows down as they approach full capacity.

Charger Type

The type of charger you use can significantly impact charging time. Home chargers (Level 1 and Level 2) are typically slower than public DC Fast Chargers.

Our technicians use DC Fast Chargers, which can provide 60-100 miles of range in just 20-30 minutes, depending on the charger’s power and your EV’s capability. However, charging slows down as the battery reaches a higher state of charge.

The specific charging time for your EV will depend on its battery size, the charger type, and the state of charge when you begin charging.

The bottom line? We will charge your car as quickly as we can. So, there may be a wait but we will get the job done as fast as possible.

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Contact Power Up Mobile Charging Without Delay!

Are you ready to experience worry-free electric vehicle ownership? Join us at Power Up Mobile Charging and power up your EV adventure. Say goodbye to range anxiety and hello to the freedom of electric driving. Contact us today to learn more about our services and how we can keep you charged up and on the move. Your journey is our priority.