One of the biggest concerns new electric vehicle drivers have is where and how to charge their new electric vehicle. Fortunately, charging your electric vehicle is simple and convenient. In the Santa Fe area, there are lots of charging stations, making it easy to find a charging station along your regular route. If you are new to the world of electric driving, here are some of the most convenient charging stations in Santa Fe.
Sprouts Famers Market.
Located on Zafarano Drive, Sprouts Farmer’s Market is home to a 24-hour public electric car charging station. With a cost of $7.00 an hour, this charging station allows you to charge at level three ports.
Genoveva Chavez Community Center.
The Genoveva Chavez Community Center on W Rodeo Road has level two and level one ports. It’s open to the public daily from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m., making this a great place to stop on your commute.
Convention Center Parking Garage.
The electric vehicle charging stations in the Convention Center Parking Garage makes the garage a great option for charging when you’re out exploring the city.
De Vargas Center.
The De Vargas Center on N Guadalupe Street offers level one, two and three charging stations for the public, so a variety of electric vehicles can charge here.
At Chevrolet Cadillac of Santa Fe, we are proud to offer electric vehicles. Come test-drive our eco-friendly vehicles and check out their great features.