Take Charge & Drive An Electric Car With T4L

By - Aria
05.28.21 11:29 AM

For car companies with big electric ambitions, 2021 is going to be a make or break year. More than a dozen new electric vehicle models are set to arrive in U.S. showrooms this year as startups and established automakers show drivers the results of billions in spending on the technology.  

  

For customers of electric vehicles in Florida or any other state, that's going to mean more plug-in options on the new car lot than ever before. But whether carmakers can persuade buyers to ditch fossil fuels for good is still uncertain. 

  

Electric vehicles are fun and practical. By choosing to drive an EV, you are helping to reduce harmful air pollution from exhaust emissions. An EV has zero exhaust emissions but still creates a degree of greenhouse gas emissions when charged from the electricity grid. 

  

Public charging stations, or electric vehicle supply equipment, are not as ubiquitous as gas stations. Charging equipment manufacturers, automakers, utilities, coalitions, municipalities, and government agencies are rapidly establishing a national network of public charging stations. 

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For car companies with big electric ambitions, 2021 is going to be a make or break year. More than a dozen new electric vehicle models are set to arrive in U.S. showrooms this year as startups and established automakers show drivers the results of billions in spending on the technology.  

  

For customers of electric vehicles in Florida or any other state, that's going to mean more plug-in options on the new car lot than ever before. But whether carmakers can persuade buyers to ditch fossil fuels for good is still uncertain. 

  

Electric vehicles are fun and practical. By choosing to drive an EV, you are helping to reduce harmful air pollution from exhaust emissions. An EV has zero exhaust emissions but still creates a degree of greenhouse gas emissions when charged from the electricity grid. 

  

Public charging stations, or electric vehicle supply equipment, are not as ubiquitous as gas stations. Charging equipment manufacturers, automakers, utilities, coalitions, municipalities, and government agencies are rapidly establishing a national network of public charging stations. 

Why Choose T4L for Car Subscription 

T4L, Transportation 4 Life, is one of the few vehicle subscription companies on the market today offering a world-class car subscription service. As a member, you can experience all the benefits and perks other car enthusiasts do not have access to.    

  

The company provides an electric vehicle with all the details handled and managed by T4L, including insurance, taxes and registration, vehicle swap, maintenance, vehicle refresh, and software updates. It also includes charging and roadside service support plus concierge priority service.  

  

T4L provides a method that delivers value and best-in-class services to garner significant customer loyalty, relationship, and growth by offering "Enjoyable & Easy Transportation Access."  

T4L Membership Subscription Cost of Charging 

Your T4L Membership Subscription includes 3rd party charging costs up to your subscription's Annual Minimum Mileage Package. It also consists of the company's very own Charge Card connected to 3rd party charging stations, which can be used to pay for charging. 

  

For example, if you have the 10,000 minimum annual mileage package, your membership subscription includes up to 10,000 miles of charging from 3rd party charging stations. 

  

Your Membership Subscription with T4L also includes home charging equipment and installations. However, the costs of the electricity at home is the responsibility of the T4L Member.  


How you can get started today 

  

It is easy to get started once you sign up for membership. There are two ways you can select: via the concierge service or the DIY. All the details are on the T4L official website. www.T4L.me  

  

With the concierge service, a T4L member service specialist will walk you through the entire subscription procedure. Tick the "I Want Concierge Service" box in the form to schedule a time when you and the specialist will go over the EV car design together. You can now complete the rest of the steps in the subscription.   

  

Should you decide to go with the DIY, check the box that says "I'm Ready To Start (DIY)." Then, a T4L member service specialist will contact you. You will be able to ask questions regarding your subscription.   

  

You can sign up directly on the official T4L website through the form, where you can also fill out the information, including your name, email, and mobile.