FLEETS

Roadie for Fleets

Charge without limitations

The Roadie is a completely infrastructure-independent, configurable, and mobile charging solution for fleets enabling our partners to be flexible and responsive to the challenges ahead without the burden of installing costly, intrusive, and inflexible charging stations.
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Partner with the fleet charging experts at SparkCharge and develop a charging plan that meets your needs,  delights your drivers, and eliminates the worry and headaches of charging.

Roadie vs Traditional Charging

Lets Talk Numbers

Level 3
Charging Stations

Average Installation Costs

$70,000

DC fast charging gets costly when installing, obtaining permits, digging, and creating grid connections.

Average Installation Time 

3-9 months

Installation can take months to years depending on grid access, digging needed, and permitting systems in your area. It can take even longer if environmental studies are required.

Average Space Lost 

2 spots per 20 EVs

Installations require immobile, bulky equipment which takes up space and reduces flexibility in your lots.

The Roadie

Installation Costs

$0

It's 100% mobile and can be used right out of the box. Plus, the Roadie is easily recharged using a standard 110v outlet.

Installation Time

0 hours

Being mobile means no installation is required. You don't need a special electrical setup or grid access. 

Average Space Lost 

0 spots

Because the Roadie requires no installation, you can charge your fleet without sacrificing space or flexibility in your lots. 

Save Your Fleet Time,
Space, & Money

Designed to meet the demands of fleet charging

Installation

Level 3 Chargers cost $60k to 200K to install. Often Level 3 chargers cannot be installed  due to grid access, digging, and government permits.

Less Maintenance 

Installing equipment means regular maintenance and software updates. Traditional EV chargers experience up to 25% downtime due to software and hardware issues, which means no charging for your fleet. 

Flexibility

Installing EV chargers may mean sacrificing space in your lot for transformers and other electrical equipment. It also means a loss of flexibility where you can only put EVs in one location and your other vehicles in other locations.