EV Carrier Biz

Companies that operate in the courier and delivery services industry basically provide air, land, see or combined express courier delivery services of parcels, documents and packages for individual and corporate clients. Courier and delivery companies generally provide services between metropolitan areas or urban centers and form a network that includes local, national and international pickup and delivery to serve customers’ needs. The Global Courier and Delivery Services industry is indeed a thriving industry and pretty much active in all the parts of the world. In the United States of America alone this is a $86 billion dollars market annually.

The industry is projected to enjoy 2.3 percent annual growths. It is important to state that FedEx Corporations and United Parcel Services are indeed the market leaders in this industry not just in the United States of America, but also on the global stage.

The Global Courier and Delivery Services industry is a profitable industry and it is open for any aspiring entrepreneur to come in and establish his or her business; you can chose to start on a small scale in one or two public facilities and operating on a local and national level or if you have the capital and business exposure, then you can chose to start on a large scale with several outlets in key cities and delivering packages on both national and international level.

GOEVX can provide you with a complete turnkey EV carrier solution with higher profit margins.   Our BEV (battery electric vehicles), will allow cargo companies and independent drivers to provide a cost effective courier logistic service for the delivery of client’s packages and products. The BEV solution will reduce your fuel expense and increase your profit margin. The cost to Recharge a BEV is between ($0.3 – $0.6)  cents per mile. Compared to the  average gasoline vehicle that costs between $0.15-$0.20 cent per mile.

Cost Comparison

The great benefits of our BEV is the ease of maintenance. With only a BMS, batteries, a motor, and a controller to keep you moving, the BEV is a breeze to maintain compared to conventional vehicles. No lubricating, No adjusting, No tuning, No Oil change, No Exhaust System, No Spark Plugs, No Ignition wiring, and No Timing Belts.  What does that leave you? What does that leave you big profit margins

Types Of EV Carrier Services:

• Limo and Taxi service
• Food Market Delivery
• Small Bus Transport
• Pizza Delivery
• Restaurant
• Pharmacy Drug Store
• Small And Large Packages
• Shuttle service
• Hauling and Recycle Service
• Company In Field Car
• School Car
• Delivery Routes
• Service repair
• Landscaping

Electric cars, particularly pure electric vehicles operating without a supplementary gasoline generator, offer comparatively little maintenance to the typical CNG vehicles. There are fewer moving parts, a reduced number of fluids and extended brake wear intervals, thanks to regenerative braking. Still, there are a few electric car maintenance items that must not be avoided, including the following essentials as outlined in your owner’s manual.

Brake Care

Regenerative braking, a process that harnesses energy from the parts stored in the battery system for later use, means your brake pads will last longer. Maintenance intervals may stretch to twice as long as a conventional vehicle.

Tire Rotation

Follow the manufacturer’s guidelines for tire rotation and you should enjoy a lengthy amount of time with all four tires. There is no advantage with tire maintenance in electric vehicles nor is there a disadvantage.

Coolant System

Electric cars with a thermal management system make use of coolant, just as they do in traditional passenger vehicles. From time to time you may need to add coolant, replacing the same per the vehicle’s maintenance schedule.

Wiper Blades

There is absolutely no difference between the wiper blade care for your electric vehicle and a typical internal combustion engine car. Wiper blades should be replaced when worn, or twice annually, such as just before summer and again before winter settles in.

Fluid Check

Besides coolant, two other fluids are present in your electric car: brake fluid and windshield washer fluid. Brake fluid should be checked and replaced per your owner’s manual. Windshield fluid should be added periodically; choose a winter blend to lower the freezing point during cold weather.

Most other fluids, if present, are sealed and cannot be accessed. However, if you own the Tesla Model S, there’s a differential gear box containing transmission fluid requiring replacement as scheduled. Furthermore, all electric cars come with air conditioning, and that system must be recharged on occasion.

Battery System Replacement

The one maintenance area that may cost you more is the electric vehicle battery system. Electric cars use a nickel-metal-hydride, lithium-ion or similar battery pack, and these do have a limited lifespan.

Not on Your Electric Car Maintenance List

As for oil changes, spark plugs and wires and air/fuel filters, these maintenance items are a thing of the past in electric cars because they don’t have these parts. Exhaust system maintenance, including the muffler and a catalytic converter, are simply not found in electric vehicles either.

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