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I have had my 2014 Volt Premium for about 6 weeks now. Absolutely love it.
In VoltStats what does the acronym MPVDD stand for? I looked but could not find it. I do realize I will feel silly after you tell me and at that point I will know I should have been able to figure it.
Thank you.


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I have had my 2014 Volt Premium for about 6 weeks now. Absolutely love it.
In VoltStats what does the acronym MPVDD stand for? I looked but could not find it. I do realize I will feel silly after you tell me and at that point I will know I should have been able to figure it.
Thank you.


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It is your average miles for those days that you drove your Volt. Miles per vehicle day driven (MPVDD).
 

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It is your average miles for those days that you drove your Volt. Miles per vehicle day driven (MPVDD).
It took me a while to figure it out myself. I study the EV MPVDD of other Volt members, it shows me how much vehicle miles per day they are doing for each month. It helps me predict who are climbing the score ladder very fast and who are slow. I can identify competitors with it for the scores.

My EV MPDD last month was 116 miles, so I am driving my Volt 116 EV miles per day on just wall electricity.

This April, I put a personal record of 271 EV miles in one day, and that is not an all-nighter driving like some score aspirants are doing.

I modded my EVSE with adapter so that I can plug it into the NEMA 14-50 RV plug, and so I get 240V charging with the OEM EVSE. Spring time I ran several errands to various Home Depot, Lowe's, Ace Hardware, OSH and Costco stores. Fortunately, most of them are near the ChargePoint charging stations where I can charge the first 2-hours free. With my errands running doing my project, I can't believe I racked up 271 EV miles!
 

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It is your average miles for those days that you drove your Volt. Miles per vehicle day driven (MPVDD).
Thank you Sir. I sort of figured it would be something to do with that. I am shooting for 60%/70% EV miles. My commute is not perfect for the car, unfortunately. When I bought it the percentage was 86% EV miles but it has been dropping and hopefully will settle around my goal.

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Mine fluctuates between a low of 24 to a high of 36 miles per day. This explains why my average EV percentage is 99.2%

The Volt is the perfect vehicle for my driving needs. It's almost a BEV for me. I don't need a Tesla.
 
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