The charger locations in the Google Maps app EV add the required large drivers
Google Maps adds the state of the electric car charger in real-time, not only showing where EV can be connected, but also whether drivers are likely to find a back-up when they arrive.
Google added support for the Google Maps EV charger location back in October last year, another important point for modern drivers.
The problem was, while other apps not only display the location but the shipper's status, Google Maps was initially limited to the site only.
This may mean driving all the way to the charger on the map, but finding out that all the units were already in use - or worse, they are completely out of service.
Now Google is addressing this omission.
Starting today, shipping port locations will also appear on the map.
There will be a decrease in the number of existing ports, whether they are currently working or available, their port type, and the type of shipping speed you can expect.
Initially it will be available in USA and UK.
Google begins with Chargemaster, EVgo and SemaConnect, with Chargepoint set to join "soon" according to the company.
Sites will also receive support for reviews from other users, including photos to help find chargers, ratings, and quests.
Google Maps EV charger location
The only improvement as an electric car driver I want to see is the duration of the charger.
If you connect only the car currently connected, it is unlikely to be available any time soon. Conversely, if the EV is parked there longer, there is a better chance that the site will be opened sooner.
Finding a charger is a case of searching for "ev shipping stations" in the Google Maps app - which is not surprising.
You'll work in both Android and iOS apps, Google Maps on your desktop, and Google Maps for Android Auto.
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