Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Program
State Fleet EV Drivers
There are a few differences between driving an electric vehicle and an internal combustion engine vehicle. EVs have faster acceleration, no natural engine noise, and require less maintenance. You’ll also never have to stop at a gas station again. However, you will need to check your vehicle’s battery range, plan for charging based on your usage, and may need to adjust your range estimate for cold temperatures.
To initiate a charging session, you will need a fleet RFID card for the charging station’s network, typically Greenlots or ChargePoint. RFID cards will be issued by your fleet manager and will be kept with the vehicle binder. Please see the FAQ section for more information.
As a last option, you can use the cordset in the trunk of the vehicle to plug into a regular electrical outlet, also known as a Level 1 charger, but this is a very slow method of charging. It could take up to 58 hours to fully charge a depleted battery in a Mustang Mach-E.