- 14 March 2021
4 benefits of learning how to drive at the wheel of an electric vehicle
There are more and more electric vehicles on the road, which is perfectly normal when we consider that the days where gas-powered vehicles dominated will soon be coming to an end. With this in mind, how would you like to learn how to drive at the wheel of an electric vehicle?
That’s exactly what the e-roule project offers!
E-roule is a pilot project enabling a certain number of Québec driving schools to provide learners with the opportunity to take their driving course at the wheel of a fully electric vehicle. What better way to really understand what it means to go green?
Check out these 4 benefits of learning to drive aboard a 100% electric vehicle:
- You’ll learn to drive at the wheel of a technology-forward vehicle. Yes, operating an electric vehicle is different from what most people are used to, but it’s not any harder. Quite the contrary, in fact. And for everyone who thinks driving an electric vehicle is boring, we recommend that they give it a whirl!
- You’ll have a leg up on most people as regards environmentally responsible driving habits, plus a good understanding of how to reap all of the benefits of an electric vehicle. One of the things you’ll learn will concern recovering energy and charging your batteries every time you brake as a means of planning for unexcepted situations. A sure-fire way to beat records in terms of range!!
- You’ll receive additional training specifically regarding electric vehicles. Regenerative braking? One-pedal driving? CCS or CHAdeMO charging? All of these new concepts will become familiar.
- You’ll pay the same drive as if you were learning at the wheel of a gas-powered vehicle. And we’re pretty sure that if you had the choice, you’d rather enjoy the more ecological alternative, right? What more, driving electric is not only good for the environment, its also financially rewarding! Click here to calculate the savings you could enjoy by driving an electric vehicle rather than a gas-powered one.
Ask for further details at your Tecnic driving school. A number of our schools offer students the option of driving an electric vehicle as part of the e-roule project. More schools will be coming on board soon.
Still need convincing? Go to the Website roulonselectrique.ca/en to learn more about electric vehicles.
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