Articles by: Rob Cooling

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Plugging in

If you are lucky enough to be one of the 60% of the population who have off-street parking, then your home charger will take care of the vast bulk of your charging needs.
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Automatic for the people

Just as the combustion engine’s days are numbered, so are those of the manual gearbox. Both are very old technology…

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Sparking Change

When the new Tesla Roadster is released it will offer a range of over 600 miles and a 0-60mph of 1.9 seconds making it sadly unsuitable as your next tuition car, so let’s focus on more realistic options
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Back to the future

Vs are now achieving exponential demand, triggering long waiting lists and $300 billion dollars of investment from manufacturers reacting to demand.
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History of the electric car

An emissions-free adventure through the timeline of EV’s
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Voltaic Days

Life as an EV driving instructor complete with it’s problems
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Plug and Play!

A rather extensive guide to EV charging for driving instructors
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Charged Yet Chilled

How electric cars can transform the driving experience
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The Electric Learners

As the non-sensical stigma against auto finally dies away the demand for automatic continues to increase rapidly
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