What did you pay for that, if you don't mind me asking?AndyInOz wrote: bought a second-hand PHEV Aspire (2015), it's an ex-lease car (leased for 12 months, with only 8,700 km on the clock)
This allows the charge timer to only activate in certain locations, eg I have mine set to only charge from 11pm - 6am when the car is parked at home location only, so I can charge @10c/kWh. Would be very frustrating plugging it in at the shops etc only to find it was waiting till 11pm, lol.AndyInOz wrote:The car had an address set as its home address on the GPS.
Phew, I was worried they might give the last few away in cereal boxes.AndyInOz wrote:$40k (including stamp duty).
Slightly longer commute in London but my current regime is to ride in 3 or 4 days a week and drive the other 1 or 2. I used the underground - which people who have suffered London public transport at commuter times will know is hell - for the first time in just under two months yesterday. Urgh. The perfect encouragement to continue the cycle / drive through the coming autumn and winter.AndyInOz wrote:
Only drawback... I used to ride my bicycle to work every day, now I'm using every excuse to take the car.