Depends on how often you use it.
an electric car can go any where from 40 to 325 miles on a full charge
100% electric vehicles have different ranges varying from 40 miles to 300 miles. It depends on which one you buy.
This completely depends on the model of the electric car.
if it is running then there is no need to charge it
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It can take anywhere from 3 and a half hours to 8 hours to charge the car. It depends on what car you choose. They have alot of electric hybrid cars to choose from. The charge for each car depends on how far you drive. Also it takes more time to charge the car than other vehicles.
This completely depends upon the specifications of the Battery used in the electric car and the voltage of the outlet that you are using to charge it. It generally takes around 3-8 hours to charge an electric car. Yet the new Telsa Model S will only take 45 minutes on a 240 volt outlet.
No fully electric car has even anything near that range.
An electric car can be charged in your yard. It is suggested that charging take place outside as hydrogen gas is vented during the charge. A plus is all you need for most cars.
You can charge it at any plug, like you have in the walls in your house, or you can use thoose electric car stations which you might find in a petrol or possibly in a car park, but there is not manny of thoose stations, so it won't be easy to find them :|.
Depends on the quality of the batteries and the care that you charge them with.