Distance: 181 km - Drive time: 2hr 34min
Both the BMW i3 and Hyundai Ioniq have a 200km range so without use of the heater/AC you will be able to make it to Kaikoura on a single charge, and there is a charging station in the town for your return journey. We recommend you book a Hyundai Ioniq for longer trips.
CHARGING STATION ON THE WAY:
47km- Brackenfields, 123 Carters Rd, Amberly | Charge Net DC Fast Charger – Costs apply
Located in the Countdown / Shopping Centre car park, close to Chamberlain Park
CHARGING IN KAIKOURA:
181km - 51 W End, Kaikoura | Charge Net DC Fast Charger – Costs apply
Please note: Public charging units require a BYO charging cable - Always make sure there are 2 cables in the boot of the car before departing: 1x Type 2 to Type 2 cable & 1x Type 2 to 3-pin cable
HANDY THINGS TO KNOW
Charge Net is a paid public charger network – join at www.chargenet.co.nz
Yoogo Share cars are Type 2, on chargers this is the CCS/SAE plugs (No commando or chademo capability)
DC Fast Chargers (orange icon) take approx. 20mins to charge to 80%
AC Chargers (green icon) take approx. 3hrs to charge to 80%
Download the PlugShare app to locate live information of chargers enroute
The Yoogo Share Access card allows you to access the Orion Free chargers in Canterbury
Free chargers are often busy. If they are un-occupied, it is always a good idea to top up.
BEFORE YOU LEAVE
Complete your usual vehicle check for damage and cleanliness
Check the boot, there should be 2 charging cables
Check the kms, if the car doesn’t have around 200km when you get in, feel free to call us and we will move you to one with more charge
If you have any queries please call us on 0800 GO SHARE (0800 46 74273), we are here to make your trip an enjoyable one.
Once you have completed your trip if there is anything you feel we have missed in this information please let us know, firstname.lastname@example.org We’d love to know your thoughts on which café makes the best coffee closest to the DC charger.