NEV Electric Car
NEV Electric Car Brief Introduction Our NEV Electric Cars are equipped with flood-battery, li-ion battery optional. Range: 120km Top Speed: 45km/h Power: 3KW Battery: 100A 120A optional
NEV Electric Car Brief Introduction
Our NEV Electric Car are equipped with flood-battery, li-ion battery optional.
They are legal to drive on roads marked 30MPH or less.
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An electric vehicle is a vehicle that is driven by a vehicle power source and driven by a motor to meet the requirements of road traffic and safety regulations. It uses the electricity stored in the battery to start it. Sometimes 12 or 24 batteries are used when driving a car, and sometimes more.
The composition of electric vehicles  includes: electric drive and control systems, mechanical systems such as drive transmissions, and work devices for completing tasks. The electric drive and control system is the core of electric vehicles and the biggest difference from the internal combustion engine. The electric drive and control system consists of a speed control device that drives the motor, the power supply, and the motor. Other devices for electric vehicles are basically the same as those for internal combustion engines.
Providing electrical energy to the drive motor of an electric vehicle,
The electric motor converts the electrical energy of the power source into mechanical energy. The most widely used power source is lead-acid battery, but with the development of electric vehicle technology, lead-acid batteries are gradually replaced by other batteries due to low energy, slow charging speed and short life. The power sources that are being developed mainly include sodium-sulfur batteries, nickel-cadmium batteries, lithium batteries, fuel cells, etc. The application of these new power sources has opened up broad prospects for the development of electric vehicles.
NEV Electric Car Advantages
NEV Electric Car Configuration Table
1) check whether electric power is sufficient, brake performance is good, screw is loose and so on before leaving the vehicle every day. If there is any fault, it should be repaired and cleared in time.
2) charging should be carried out where children cannot touch;
3) the power switch must be turned off, the key is pulled out, the shift switch is pulled to the neutral position, and the handbrake is pulled up;