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Hi, I want to buy a charger for my electric car. I'm usually driving to charging stations, as I have a first level charger and on average it charges the car for about 16 hours, which is very long. So I want to buy a tier 2 charger for myself, but the question is, will it cost less to charge the car at home than in the charging station? Are there any calculators to calculate?
 

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In any case, if you charge your electric car at home, it will be much more profitable. It is much more profitable than when you go to charging stations. Here's a good Charging Cost Calculator https://evadept.com/calc/volkswagen-id.4-charging-cost-calculator/ . Put the exact characteristics that you will have, then you will calculate the cost of charging as accurately as possible. I average charging from 10% battery to 100% comes out to about $8-9. Which is not very much, at the charging station I pay more than $ 15-18 depending on the gas station in my city where there are charging stations.
 

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Thank you very much, given my charging conditions, I would have an approximate cost of $10. Which is still cheaper overall than charging stations. Especially since my car will take 6-7 hours to charge on a level 2 charger.
 
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