So what you are saying battery useage is based on KMs, not...

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    So what you are saying battery useage is based on KMs, not hours. If that's the case, if you only drive 10kms a day. your battery should last at least 30 days. Am i reading that right.? The reason why i am ssking is that in some cities it could take hours to drive 100kms, others not so long, but in all cases, the battery will last at least 300kms,on present figures, no matter how long it takes to drive the 100kms. So driving 300kms at night with headlights on, the battery will last the same kms as driving through the day without headlights. My disclosure as stated previously is I dont fully understand, so rely on experts like yourself to enlighten me. The other issue are power cuts either planned or unplanned. I suppose you need a battery back up to charge the car battery, and power the house. Wont cost much will it??
 
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