A Few Smart Tips for Driving Electric and Using Blink
Driving an electric vehicle is the new norm, but not everyone is aware of some common charging courtesies. Here are a few tools to help you get charged up while educating other drivers along the way:
Blink Courtesy Notices:• Not sure what to say to the ICE driver parked in front of an EV charger? Download one of our Blink courtesy notices and you'll be prepared next time.
Blink Quick Start Guides:
• Charging up for the first time? These will get you started.
• Quick Start Guides show the basic operation of Blink chargers.
Take Advantage of Tax Incentives
Did you know there are tax credits of up to $1,000 if you install an EV charging station at your home this year? If you own a business, you can deduct up to 30% of the cost of the charger and installation. Learn more about available local and federal tax incentives for EVSE.