The NRMA has put the Hume Highway on the map for EV motorists with the official opening of its EV fast charging stations at Holbrook and Jugiong.
The fast chargers will allow most EV motorists to fully charge their cars in about 30 minutes. Standard public EV chargers take between three and six hours, and traditional power outlets can take more than 12 hours.
The Holbrook station has been installed on Prospect Street, located near the Great Hume Visitor Information Centre. The Jugiong station has been installed on Riverside Drive, located near the Great Hume Visitor Information Centre. Both chargers will connect EV motorists travelling north and south along the Hume Highway.
The Holbrook charging station is the 22nd and Jugiong the 23rd of the NRMA’s electric vehicle fast charging stations to open to the public across the state, following Sydney Olympic Park, Wallsend near Newcastle, Jindabyne, Pokolbin in the Hunter Valley, Mittagong in the Southern Highlands, Narrandera, Berry, Young, West Wyalong, Bathurst, Parkes, Dubbo, Nabiac, Tamworth, Batemans Bay, Orange, Glen Innes, Grafton, Byron Bay, Bega and Lithgow.