In this blog: In 2014 it's already possible to drive an EV cross country in the winter.

And at least with Tesla, it comes at no cost, but even if it was paid, it would still be three times chearer than driving a gas car. We're talking about the 76 hour trip made by Tesla team driving two Model S EVs from LA to New York...

In this blog: Turns out just one fast charging station is enough to increase EV traffic a lot.

The news that Nissan now has 1,000 fast charging stations (CHAdeMO) installed around Europe (#1000 is somewhere in Surray, Englang), is great for electric mobility. To me even greater news would be to have even one of the next 1,000 stations installed in Bulgaria...

In this blog: If you own a garage, you'll most likely agree to that, but otherwise it's different.

Most ot the early EV adopters can charge their cars at home. It's a fact. With that in mind, after couple of years of MiniE and ActiveE tests it does not sound weird to me to hear someone at BMW saying: "Public infrastructure is not really very important because most people are charging their cars at home"...

In this blog: American performance custom pros at Saleen plan to make their own Model S masterpiece.

Meanwhile some guys over at Tesla Motors are about to complete their first Model S USA cross tour from the South to the East Coast. In winter conditions. They've almost reached the final destination and so far the only failure enroute is in the gasoline service minivan. It happens with cars and is not a topic to discuss here, but that Steve Saleen wants to make the most powerful Model S so far, is...

In this blog: Do electric vehicles need such narrow tires and do they look good?

Skinnies fit Renault Twizy, though it looks cooler in ELIA mods. You know Germans, they not only put wider tires, but also wider custom fenders. Some other Germans did the opposite, however, despite they are far from popular in doing this – BMW i3's tires are super skinny for its width. Not that we haven't seen skinny tires, but 155/70 on 19"?!?...

In this blog: I do foretaste many new social contacts "produced" by EVs.

The "What's your next car – hydrogen or pure electric?" blog also produced something and it was lots of comments (OK, in the Bulgarian version ^_^). I've learned a lot about the Bulgarian energy mix from this discussion, but another lovely idea popped up. I haven't really thought very much about this so far – the opportunityt to charge your electric vehicle at friends' place...

In this blog: When you drive ZOE make sure your head does not hit the window to the left ;).

I just don't want to find out how secure a car is from personal experience, so expert reviews comes very handy. And according such a review, coming from EURO Ncap, Renault ZOE is the best in its class, including ICE vehicles, in terms of safety and security...

In this blog: BMW i3's navigation connects you to the public transport systems in 17 countries.

Yeah, looks like the first intermodal in-car navigation is here... finally. Product of INRIX, it will be integrated with BMW ConnectedDrive systems in the new i3 and i8 EVs. Not sure anyone driving i8 will want to catch the bus instead, but things happen...

In this blog: Twice as much EVs sold in Germany in 2013 than in 2012 – Daimler leads with 31% in 2013.

Blame it on the holidays or something else – December 2013 was very short on EV sales in Germany. With close to thousand EV registrations, last year's October was the top month and despite it's still a fraction of the market, it's a very optimistic double in the EV sales year-to-year...