Published on April 22nd, 2022 | by Daniel Sherman Fernandez0
Want To Know More About Electric Cars From Owners?
Get More Information About Electric Cars From The Experts At Pavilion Mall Today
Did you know there is a Malaysian electric car ownership and fan club on Facebook? The people behind this Facebook page are not just owners of electric cars, but also enthusiasts, industry experts, electric car importers, technical experts in charging infrastructure and lets not forget the dreamers who have plans to one day in the near future to be behind the wheel of an electric car.
Its official name is the ‘Malaysian Electric Vehicle Owners Club’ (MyEVOC) and they are not a group of people showing off their fancy high technology expensive rides, instead they want to share the experience, bring awareness to the mass Malaysians about the future of mobility, allow anyone with interest to get into the world of battery power and have more Malaysians, both male and female to better understand the need to revive our air quality (yes battery charging is till done with fossil fuel) for the future generation of Malaysians who will not be forced to work in neighboring ASEAN nations as our economy continues to take a hit by the expansion of the Indonesian economy.
This one-day exhibition is being held in Pavilion Mall in the heart of the shopping district which is easily accessible via MRT (yes, parking charges at the Pavilion mall are way too high for the average Malaysian right now).
From 12 noon today the 22nd of April 2022 you will be able to meet some of the experts that will make themselves available to you for questions and please do not worry about asking silly questions, as even we did ask them when electric cars first arrived in Malaysia.
You can also ask questions about charging infrastructure and the various types of wall and public chargers that exist around Malaysia. You might also want to know about running costs for electric cars. The lifecycle of the battery system is also another big question and there will be owners attending who have electric cars that have been running for more than 8 years.
You can even ask about the cost of charging an electric car against current fuel prices and the savings that can be done over years of ownership. You can also ask why there are no electric cars for sale below RM99,000.
Lets not forget about possible depreciation of electric cars as this has been another popular question in recent months.
So, take the trouble, yes, it is a working day for some, but with a long Friday lunch break, those of you already in the area can take a few minutes to get some first hand information and not always read the propaganda presented by electric vehicle sales people.