Do you drive an electric vehicle?
Winter is not always kind to electric vehicles. The cold temperatures drop the driving range to distances lower than what you’re used to.
Leave your vehicle on the charger for as long as possible. In winter, it takes longer to charge your battery. Preheat the cabin while your vehicle is still plugged in.

When you’re driving, use the seat heating or steering-wheel heating if possible. They’re less demanding on your battery than the normal heating.