Hello, smooth operator who's rocking one of our rare EVs! 😎 With that silent engine, we're not surprised if you're hearing cat calls behind that driver seat. All good things must come to a recharge though (nobody said this but we are 😉).

You'll need to download a "SP Utilities" app onto your mobile device via Apple App Store or Google Play in order to start charging at any SP public charging stations.

In the SP Utilities app, refer to the list of stations that has available charging lots nearby. Remember to look out for DC charging lots only as these are fast chargers. Did we mention you'll receive a $6 promo code ✨ when you help us recharge our EVs for at least 30 minutes for range level less than 100km (DC/CCS fast charging only).

Once you've arrived to the designated SP public charging station of choice, follow these steps to begin:

  1. Open the "SP Utilities" app

  2. Unhook the DC/CCS charger off the kiosk and plug it into the car 🔌⚡

  3. Select QR code scanner and scan QR code on the SP charger you had unhooked (recharge using DC or CCS charge only)

  4. Select the credit/debit card to charge service to (we'll reimburse you, don't you worry 😊)

  5. Start the EV charging in the app

  6. You'll see the battery indicator lit up in the car and battery percentage on the kiosk screen

  7. Leave the charger running and once done, unplug the charger off the car and return it to its kiosk

  8. A receipt for the EV recharge will be stored in the app

  9. Complete our reimbursement form below and attach the SP charging receipt

  10. Thank you good looking, now you can return to charming those curious eyes on the road 👀

Notes:

  • Form submission without a clear picture of the receipt will not be considered for reimbursements

  • Reimbursements and promo code issuance (if eligible) will be provided within 3 working days of successful reimbursement form submission

  • Approach our CX team at GetGo Help Centre should you find the EVs range level insufficient at the start of your booking

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