TomTom EV Service offers live information on charging point accessibility.
It has been created to decrease range anxiety for electric drivers. The framework utilizes information from network operators and updates itself regularly so that drivers can find unoccupied charge points. Data on opening hours, payment methods and connection types will also be available.
TomTom EV Service will launch in Europe first, with plans to expand the service for North America. Once finished, the system will outline more than 35,000 charge points.
Antoine Saucier, managing director, TomTom Automotive, commented: “One of the major barriers to driver adoption of electric vehicles is range anxiety, so with the launch of the TomTom EV Service, we’re taking driver peace of mind to the next level, and encouraging sustainable mobility.”
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