Turn off your air conditioning (A/C).
Air conditioning uses a lot of power. If you don’t need it, turn it off. Cool down or heat up as much as possible at the charging station.
Use cruise control.
On the motorway, cruise control helps you maintain a constant speed, which in turn reduces your energy usage.
Adapt your driving behaviour to heavy traffic.
If you slow down in time, you don’t have to brake as hard. Then your car leverages that kinetic energy from the electric motor to convert it into more energy to recharge your battery.
Keep an eye on your tyre pressure.
Optimum tyre pressure (between 2.5 and 2.7 bar) means less energy consumption, because the tyres offer less rolling resistance.
Watch your speed.
90 km/h is ideal for your range. From 130 km/h you will use a lot more energy, because the air resistance increases exponentially. You may even arrive faster if you drive slower, because you will spend less time charging.
Do not carry unnecessary weight.
Check your luggage: aren’t you carrying too much weight? A lighter car will use less energy.