Summer is the time of the sea, sun, relaxation ... And if in the past years we planned to go abroad, then the summer of 2020 will be spent on the majority of the inhabitants of Ukraine on their native Black Sea coast (but we hope that the pandemic will recede soon and the borders will be opened again for free movement). Residents of the capital are increasingly thinking about a trip to Odessa beaches. By the way, you can conquer the route Kyiv-Odesa on an electric car. The main thing is to correctly calculate the movement scheme so that at the right time there is a charging station for electric cars nearby.
A few words about the route Kyiv to Odesa
The easiest way to get from Kyiv to Odesa by electric car is via the E95 highway. The distance between cities is 479 km. By car, the road takes about 6 hours. In this case, no major detours and turns will have to be performed - the track runs almost in a straight line. The road condition is relatively good - drivers give it a rating of 3.6 on a 5-point scale.
Refueling for electric vehicles on the road to the sea
- The first charging stations for electric cars (TOKA # 116) on the Kyiv Odesa E 95 highway is located at the exit from the capital (Chabany settlement, OKKO gas station). - 16 km.
- The next current refueling with the same charging conditions is located on the street. Getmanskoy in Fastov (exit from the highway E95 to P19). - 58 km.
- Station on the street Odessa, 50c, Zhashkov - gas station WOG - 106 km.
- TOKA station # 121 in Furmanka OKKO gas station - 86 km.
- Kyiv-Odesa highway 342 km, near the village of Nastasievka, after the village of Novogrigorovka, Odesa region - 117 km.
- Then you can charge your electric car near Nerubaysk, the 454th km of the Kyiv-Odesa highway (right) (TOKA # 124) - OKKO gas station –130 km.
Link to the route: https://goo.gl/maps/YLhftNmYU5ANBnzk9
Well, all the following TOKA stations for electric cars are located directly on the territory of Odesa:
- # 27 (st. Osipova, 13);
- # 39 (Starosennaya Square);
- # 22 (Starosennaya Square);
- # 44 (French Boulevard);
- # 19 (Langeron Beach), etc.
All the above refills are provided by TOKA. The cost and terms of service at each station are the same. At the time of June 23, 2020, the price of recharging an electric car is 5.99 UAH. and UAH 4.50. in the daytime and nighttime, respectively. Most charging stations operate around the clock, the mode of individual stations is set from 09:00 to 23:00 hours. You can specify the working time of a particular charging stations on the interactive map on our website. To do this, just select the charging station, information about which you are interested in, and click on its icon. Here you will find the current cost of recharging, the number of ports, and the exact address.
Also on the track, there are charges of other companies: YASNO E-mobility (v. Chuprina, v. Ropotukha, v. Nastasievka), AutoEnterprise 0720 CHAdeMO (Belyavsky district), etc. So worry about the lack of charging points for electric cars is not worth it.
Suggestions for your convenience
In order not to be distracted by a map while traveling from Kyiv to Odesa, trying to find an electric car charging station there along the way, we recommend that you download our charging stations search application in advance. It not only shows the charging points closest to you on the map but also broadcasts the status of the ongoing charging online. Also, with the help of the program, you can track charging cycles in a convenient mode.
If the application simplifies the search for the charging point of an electric car, then nearby fast food establishments will help to simplify the waiting time for recharging the battery with a charge. For example, while the car is charging in Fastiv, you can try a juicy burger with a milkshake in LoftBurger (in the territory of which there is a car recharging point). And at the station in Nerubaysk (TOKA # 124) you can spend time in the nearest institution A la minute. It’s not worth worrying about hanging out. There are a lot of cafes, coffee houses and more on the E95 highway (especially at gas stations, next to which electric charging points are usually located).