More precise range: Google Maps can now search for electric car charging stations via plug

According tomedia reports, can you imagine a world in which every home electrical company uses its own dedicated plug? Although plugs vary from country to country, they are largely standardized in all products. Unfortunately, this is not the case in this area, as electric vehicles are still in their infancy. Fortunately, Google Maps is making it easier for electric car owners to find charging stations, especially those with plugs compatible with their brands.

One of the biggest obstacles to the popularity of electric vehicles is the fear of being out of power while driving. Unlike conventional fuel cars, there are not many supply stations to charge them. So for EV consumers, he needs to consider everything when buying, including charging compatibility with cars.

Late last year, Google began adding information about charging stations for electric cars to help car owners find the best place to park and charge. Just a few months ago, it was updated to provide more detailed information than location, and there were rumors that Google Maps would soon allow users to pay for charging within the app. Although this feature has not been implemented until now, Google Maps has offered a different but equally important new feature.

The user can now narrow down the search based on the plug used by the vehicle. This means that drivers no longer do useless charging station searches.

More precise range: Google Maps can now search for electric car charging stations via plug

More precise range: Google Maps can now search for electric car charging stations via plug

More precise range: Google Maps can now search for electric car charging stations via plug

More precise range: Google Maps can now search for electric car charging stations via plug

Perhaps this feature sounds small, but it boosts consumer confidence in electric cars. While this doesnot solve the problem of the shortage of charging stations from the start, it may even highlight their relative scarcity, but at least it helps users know where the nearest charging station is right for them.

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