More electric vehicles (EVs) are being manufactured each year, and some experts estimate that a full 10% of all cars on the road will be plug-in models by 2025. While it’s clear that EV cars are the way of the future, plugging in a vehicle instead of heading to the gas station can take some adjustment, and some municipalities are more prepared than others. Whether there are public charging stations available or not, it’s always wise to schedule a home Electric Vehicle Charger Installation as soon as possible after purchasing that first EV.

What Is an EV Charger?

EV chargers, or electric vehicle charging stations, are the equivalent of gas stations for modern plug-in electric and plug-in hybrid cars. The difference is that while drivers of old-fashioned vehicles have no choice but to head to the gas station to fuel up, EV owners can install charging stations right in their own homes.