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Recharge Your Batteries In More Ways Than One

Need to Recharge Your Batteries in More Ways Than One? Blink Mobility Has You Covered! We all know the last few years have been stressful, and many of us are entering 2022 with both hope and hesitancy. Friends and family may be ill, depressed, worried, out of work, and we all seem to have less

EV Upcoming Trends 2022

Curious about what’s coming up in the world of electric vehicles? Blink reveals some of the newest tech that may be showing up soon at a charger near you. 2022 is just around the corner and the future of EVs is stronger than ever. New electric vehicles offer consumers more choices, and new, cutting-edge technology

Give Yourself the Gift of Car Sharing This Holiday Season

Most of us are busy picking out gifts for loved ones, but we also consider indulging ourselves, at least a little bit, this time of year. A car sharing membership is a perfect gift. Never be without a ride when you need one and give yourself a gift that makes a real environmental difference with a Blink Mobility membership. What is

What Happens to Spent EV Batteries?

EV batteries can be recycled, reused, or both, fueling everything from electric bicycles to elevators. While myths about EV batteries ending up in landfills persist, the energy left inside used EV batteries is far too valuable to waste. Electric batteries are expensive, but unlike gas-powered vehicles, they don’t need to be replaced often. A lifespan

Going Green with EVs: Myth Busting

Interested in joining a carsharing program for electric vehicles (EV’s)? Blink Mobility is a 100% electric car sharing service and part of the City of Los Angeles’s mobility solutions. Blink Mobility is available to anyone over 18 years of age with a valid driver’s license. Members have access to a network of shared electric vehicles

Different Types of Charging

Level One, Level Two, DC Fast….what? Confused? It’s easier than it sounds. If you’re not quite sure what level of charging is for you, don’t worry, Blink has you covered. There are two basic types of AC charging: Level One and Level Two, and the primary difference between them is how much power they can