I just got a Honda Clarity, and will be getting a FLO X5 level 2 charger installed on Monday (through a local incentive program). In talking with one of her co-workers who owns an EV, my wife says that he told her that regularly using a "fast charger" can deplete the battery life of the car. He also mentioned using a timer/app to regulate charging time so as not to "over-charge" the car as that will also reduce battery life. Both of these concerns seem odd to me based on knowledge of modern smartphones, and the technology they employ to regulate and limit overcharging and maintain battery life. I'd assume a modern EV would have similar tech,. Is there any truth to either of these concerns? Is an L2 charger considered a "fast charger" (I would think that would be more like an L3)?