You can charge your electric vehicle the following ways:
Level I charging: You can charge your car using a cord plugged into a common 120 volt outlet in your home. A Level I charger typically adds four miles of range for every hour spent charging. Overnight, you can add about 40 miles.
Level II charging: You can buy a Level II charging unit online or at a home improvement store. It needs a 240 volt outlet, which you’ll need an electrician to install. A Level II charging unit adds between 10 and 25 miles of range for each hour of charging. Charging overnight, you can add 100 miles or more.
Level III charging: These stations are increasingly available along major highways. Not all stations will have the appropriate plugs for every kind of charging port, so you must make sure that the station you visit has the correct plug to match up with your vehicle. These stations also vary in terms of how fast they will charge your car, but will generally add around 90 to 200 miles in 30 minutes.
Public charging: Electric vehicle chargers are available at many public parking garages, retail parking lots, supermarkets, and some town centers. Many companies also offer workplace charging in their parking lots.