Hmmm.... Does that mean there is no ability or benefit from home charging? I mean, if you're getting basically a 'free' recharge and then paying by the mile, charging up at home actually costs you more money. Kind of an odd choice. With only a 100 mile range, I would be pretty much replacing my battery daily due to my 58 mile commute.Nothing happens, the battery swap is a free benefit of the service.. it is a pay-per-mile plan that you sign up for. You are paying for the wear and tear on the battery pack and they measure that by miles driven. There are some rumors that if you choose a plan big enough you may also get the car at a reduced price or even free. Very similar to a cell phone plan.
If it was a Plug-In instead, I would simply be recharging overnight at home.