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- Hertz and BP are collaborating to provide an EV charger network at Hertz locations.
- Hertz is adding thousands of EV rental options.
- BP pulse is expanding its public charging network to the U.S.
Frequently asked questions
Hertz offers a selection of rental EVs depending on your location, including vehicles from Tesla and Polestar.
Yes, you can install level 1 and 2 EV chargers at home. Level 1 takes between 40 and 50 hours to fully charge an EV and five and six hours to charge a plug-in hybrid electric vehicle (PHEV). Level 2 is faster but may require hiring a technician to install a 240-volt power outlet. Level 2 chargers take four to ten hours to fully charge an EV and one to two hours for a PHEV.