Discussion in 'Hybrid, PHEV & EV Electric Cars Forum' started by gangzoom, Nov 6, 2017.
They shouldn't do...they're just normal tyres in most cases.
I don't think any tyre would have stopped those Speaking of punctures, I assume that you can get them fixed at a standard tyre place regardless of whether there's a TPMS @PRESSTOG ? Judging from the 3rd photo that's not a main dealer .
That's an easy plug in the centre of the tyre and should be a £10-20 cost at most tyre places.
I blew a tyre on mine the other week but put a massive hole in the side wall so no plugs for me....just £230 to replace a tyre that had about 2,000 miles on it
No just normal backstreet place as soon as fixed and pressure up all warning lights off no resets or re learning needed
The rise in temperature seems to be having a positive effect, although that may well be because I ran the Ioniq today without using the Climate Control at all; just used heated seats ths morning. ~60 miles of country lanes all driven at legal speed tempered only for corner safety with plenty of hills at 5.1 mpu. And a free 22 minute rapid charge 8 miles from home put me back up to 93% and means my fuel cost for much of the day was £0.
I'm getting shorter local journeys under 300Wh/Mi now which is a big change from the 4-500+ over winter.
Are these ok for a Virgin ev-er how can I improve? The wife keeps telling me off for booting it! But I've always been first away from the lights.
What were you doing on the 2nd
Assuming that's a Leaf 4.3 miles/Kwh is pretty good. To get into the Gold category you'd probably need to turn off climate control and engage the incredibly meh eco mode.
Glad to finally say winter is nearly over, am now getting the EPA rated range .
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