At this point, all mass-produced electric vehicles come equipped with a charging box that can be connected to any regular 110-volt outlet. Every day, Chevy Bolt EV drivers will need to recharge their batteries, so it is highly recommended that they invest in a Level 2 charging station that provides 240 volts.
Some people charge their electric cars at home by plugging them into a standard wall socket. This can extend the range of the vehicle by about four miles per hour, but it will take you over two days to fully charge the Bolt EV using this method. According to ChargePoint, these public charging stations normally contain Level 2 chargers, which have universal connections, and they can offer around 12 miles of range to your Chevy Volt’s battery in one hour of charging time. Direct Current (DC) is injected into the Bolt’s batteries when the vehicle is connected to a Level 3 charger, making this the quickest and most efficient method for recharging your Bolt.
You have the option of charging your Chevy Bolt using either a wall connector that operates at 120 volts, a charging station that operates at 240 volts, or a DC quick charging station. The CCS2 connection is what enables it to get the charge boost of a DC fast charger, while the SAE J1772 plug is what enables it to connect to a public Level 2 station. The advantage of the SAE J1772 plug is that it is what allows an electric car as popular as this to be connected at a public Level 2 station. Bolt/Volt Adapters Those electric vehicles that connect to 240V outlets are able to charge at a rate that is approximately half as fast as the smaller, more portable models of electric vehicles that were introduced with the Bolts and Volts in 2016.