I ve been reading a lot in this forum about the twizy and thanks for the massive amount of information I got as I wasnt fully convinced it is the right choice.
The one I am planning to get is a 2013 Renault Twizy Colour.
My employer agreed to allow me to park it at work convinced them it is not a car and it is a quadricycle
Anyway, I have few questions hope someone can help.
I have a 13.6 miles trip that I have to make every day. that is around 27.2 miles. I am assuming this is okay! Let say I made a 40 miles trip some days - Is this doable ?
Is the range affected if you are stuck in traffic or it shouldn’t be using electricity unless I have lights on, etc…
The car I have in mind has already windows - I read somewhere that they are not quite effective Is there any better way to improve them.
From what I understood reading here in the forum, there is another 12v battery that I can use to plug in heated gloves, etc… My question is , is that battery also charged when you charge the car ? If i plug anything to it, the range will not be affected, Can anyone confirm this please?
Driving on a motorway - Dangerous? a thrill? normal? not advised?
Charging the twizy on those charging points networks - polar and other - I found this cable connector online for £261. http://www.twizywindows.co.uk/ did anyone try this, is there another one, maybe a cheaper alternative?
How windy noisy and wet the car get if it has windows and it is raining.
I am pretty sure getting a heated coat , gloves or maybe a fleece blanket in cold weather will be enough if you are driving the twizy in the winter in England. Of am I over confident
I was reading about the powerbox v2. Is it really worth it. The seller claims that it wont affect my range which I am finding strange to be honest - This is a part of their answer _“with a Powerbox you get a much better regeneration therefore you can run longer if you try to drive as far as you can” Anyone tried it?
Thanks for your help in advance, apologise for the long post and looking forward for your replies.