I bought my first car and it’s an electric vehicle

Looking at the dashboard of Bolt EV from the driver’s seat

Up until now, I’ve been driving the car my parents used to drive, and I had been putting off on buying my own until something that could satiate my fondness for technology would come along. And I finally found that car - Chevrolet Bolt EV, a fully battery powered electric vehicle. I pre-ordered this year’s version in January, and was expected to get it by late July, but I got lucky and I picked it up today. The car is very responsive, which I like.

Charging the Bolt EV at a highway service area

The car wasn’t fully charged at the time of the handover - it only had enough charge for about 150km of driving. So I’m charging it at a service area as I write this after driving about 50km. I still have more than 300km to go, so hopefully it’ll get charged enough for me to return home.
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