Ioanna is a writer at TNW. She covers the full spectrum of the European tech ecosystem, with a particular interest in startups, sustainabili Ioanna is a writer at TNW. She covers the full spectrum of the European tech ecosystem, with a particular interest in startups, sustainability, green tech, AI, and EU policy. With a background in the humanities, she has a soft spot for social impact-enabling technologies.
Whether you’re a new EV driver, a seasoned enthusiast, or simply curious, I’m sure you’ll find Reddit an interesting source of information — especially when you know where to look.
You can find news and reviews, share experiences, and join discussions covering a wide range of EV tech and lifestyle topics.
To get you started, here are the best five subreddits for electric cars and ebikes:
This community is an information hub for anything that has to do with EVs. The group shares news, images, reviews, and articles. Some key focus areas are vehicle recommendations, buying experiences, tax rebates, and government policies.
If you’re looking to connect with like-minded people and want some help in transitioning to EV ownership, it’s a great place to be.
This is a similar subreddit. It’s full of news, vehicle updates, and industry insights. Plus, it’s a space where you can ask about things such as torque, battery life, range estimation, and more.
For now, the community only has 1.6K members — but I believe it’s gonna grow soon.
As the name suggests, it’s all about EV charging. Juicing up your car can sometimes be a pain, so it’s useful to be part of EV owners hub, where you can find information about using charging stations on the go, or installing one at home.
Tesla-related subreddits are very popular, but this is my favorite one. It’s described as “revolutionary cars, shitty company: a discussion of Tesla driven by facts, data, and healthy skepticism.”
Need I say more?
r/ebikes (all things ebikes)
If electric bikes are closer to your taste (or budget), this one’s for you. Here you’ll find ebike news, reviews, and photos. You can ask questions and get advice on pretty much anything, from motor upgrades to tire performance.
So, there you go! Did you find the list useful? Or did we miss one you love? Let us know on Twitter.
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