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Since we have moved we are having a little issue with our internet connection. So, if you have sent us an email and we have not answered, please bear with us. Our emails and internet connection keeps dropping and we are trying our best to get back online.

We have now moved into our new offices. However, the phone lines have not fully transfered over. Our original numbers should all transfer to us here and you shouldn’t have a problem getting through.

If you do still have a problem, please call us on 01226 732 705

Hi everyone, we are pleased to announce that we have now moved as from Monday 15th June 2015 to our new offices in the center of Barnsley. Below is our new address:

The Coach House, 51 Sackville Street, Barnsley, South Yorkshire S70 2BZ

Our telephone number is still the same: 01226 77 1000.

If you need directions or a map to follow to find our new offices, click the link below to open up Google Maps: CLICK HERE

If you fancy visiting us, our doors are always open… well 9-5 Monday to Friday anyway 😀

Check out our fresh out of the box, shiny and sparkly, brand new website which we have just launched today!!! Did I mention it is OUR NEW website 🙂

Click here:

Wilson Design Website

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Some vehicles also have auto-shutoff features and some will shut off the AC power when the battery is full to reduce the potential for fire risks in the event the power grid fails during a prolonged outage or other emergency situation while using a portable power cord may be a risk if something should go wrong causing the cord to become shorted or damaged because of the high voltage involved but handy to quickly recharge a dead battery pack using the non-peak AC electricity available during the hours of when the household usage is lowest from time-to-time as the electric utility company’s peak hours tend to be during the day during business hours when people are working this gives the batteries enough time to recuperate overnight before next morning startup and their full capacities can be used again on the commute to work then in the evening to get the cars out of the garage for the night to recharge the batteries in preparation for their next use the next day their second “charge cycle” for the typically-8 hour workday drain period between morning and evening commutes means that even if the fully discharged pack gets recharged at home it will still be getting used 56% of the time instead of only ~20–30 minutes in the morning and the same for the other evening return trip so by using two-way communications and a capacitive touchscreen in the vehicle they have significantly extended the time they can use a single fully charged electric vehicle without needing to plug into an external power source reducing the number of times the car has to be plugged in.