Plug in your destination into the Nissan navigation system, which will automatically plan your route around charging stations. You can also check out the Nissan website to see a map of all the charging stations along your route.
Before your trip, make sure your Nissan Leaf is fully charged. You can do this at home or at a nearby charging station. It's also a good idea to have an idea of how far you can go on a single charge, so you can plan accordingly.
As you're driving, keep an eye out for Nissan charging stations along the way. You can use the in-car navigation system or the NissanConnect app to find the nearest charging station. Make sure to take advantage of the time to stretch your legs and grab a bite to eat while your car charges up.
Make sure to keep an eye on your car's charging status while it's charging. You can track the progress on the in-car display or on the app. Once your car is fully charged, unplug it and hit the road.
With Nissan's extensive network of charging stations, there's no need to worry about running out of juice on your next road trip. Follow these steps to plan your trip and keep your electric car fully charged along the way.
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