FAQs

About Your EV

  • What are my miles per gallon?
  • The Fit EV has a 118 combined miles per gallon of gasoline-equivalent (MPGe) electric rating.

    132/105/118 city/highway/combined miles per gallon of gasoline-equivalent (MPGe) rating; 82 mile combined (city/highway) driving range rating (adjusted). Ratings determined by EPA. Use for comparison purposes only. Your MPGe and range will vary depending on driving conditions, how you drive and maintain your vehicle, battery age/condition, and other factors. For additional information about EPA ratings, visit http://www.fueleconomy.gov/feg/label/learn-more-electric-label.shtml.

  • Does the Fit EV use regenerative braking to help recharge the battery?
  • Yes—Applying the brakes converts the electric motor into a generator. The motor slows the vehicle and produces electricity at the same time. The ECON mode and the "B" position on the shifter allow drivers to engage a much more aggressive regenerative braking function.
  • Has the Fit EV been crash tested?
  • Honda has tested the Fit EV in the same manner as it tests all of its other vehicles to ensure that it complies with applicable Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards. The Fit EV has not been tested by NHTSA as part of the NCAP program; if and when it is tested, Honda (and NHTSA) will share the results.
  • Will there be a smartphone application to monitor state of charge?
  • Yes, the free HondaLinkTM EV app allows the driver to remotely check the state of charge, initiate charging and remotely activate the climate control system.

    To download the app, select Model Info from the main menu and click on the HondaLink EV tab.

    The HondaLink EV app is available on Android and iOS operating systems. Data rates may apply.

  • How long will the battery last?
  • The battery is designed to provide many years of reliable service.
  • How long will the battery remain charged if the vehicle is left unplugged?
  • The drain on the battery will be very small. However, a variety of factors like outside temperature, age of the battery and the original state of charge when it was parked will have an effect on the drain rate and amount.
  • What is that unique sound I hear at low speed?
  • One of the unique characteristics of electric motors is that they are very quiet. At low speeds, your vehicle emits a sound to alert pedestrians of the proximity of the vehicle.
  • Will there be any functions in the car to help me maximize my battery range?
  • Yes, the Fit EV will be equipped with several eco-coaching functions, including an ECON mode adopted from other Honda hybrid vehicles.

    The ECON logo is a trademark of Honda Motor Co., Ltd., and may not be used or reproduced without prior written approval.

Login and Profile

  • How do I recover my Honda ID and password?
  • To recover your Honda ID and/or password please call the toll free number: 1-800-999-1009. There is also a "Forgot Password?" link on the Log In screen to reset your password.
  • How do I update my HondaLinkTM personal information?
  • To update your HondaLink personal information, please call the toll free number: 1-800-999-1009.
  • What information can I edit in my profile?
  • You can edit the nickname and notification preferences for the currently selected vehicle.
  • If I have more than one Honda EV, how can I view information for all of them within HondaLink EV?
  • If you have more than one battery or plug-in EV associated with your Honda ID, you can only view information for one vehicle at a time. However, you can switch among your vehicles without logging out. On any page, click on "Switch Vehicle" in the upper right to display the list of EV vehicles associated with your Honda ID. Select a vehicle to view its information.
  • What information is available on the vehicle information gauge?
  • Your vehicle information gauge provides a quick summary of useful information about your vehicle including its current state of charge, estimated driving range, charging status, interior cabin temperature, and climate operation status. When a charge schedule is enabled, the next scheduled charge is also shown. However, when your vehicle is charging, the display of the next scheduled charge is replaced by the time when charging is estimated to be complete.
  • Why do I sometimes see "--" for some fields in the vehicle information gauge?
  • One or more fields in the vehicle information gauge may occasionally show "--". This may be due to factors such as the following:

    Your vehicle ignition is off, and the last information that was sent may no longer be applicable (e.g. interior cabin temperature may have changed). To obtain refreshed information from your vehicle, click on the Update link on the vehicle information gauge.

  • How do I change my Notification Preferences?
  • You can choose to receive notifications for Alerts, Charge Complete, Departure Reminder, and Quick Tips. Select My EV in the main menu and click the My Profile tab. In the "Notification Preferences" section, click "edit" in the right corner. Choose the categories of notifications you would like to receive and press Save.

Charging

  • How long does it take to recharge the battery?
  • Once the low-charge indicator illuminates on the instrument panel, the battery can be fully recharged in as little as 3 hours using a 240-volt charger or 15 hours using a dedicated household 120-volt circuit.

    Honda recommends the use of a dedicated 120-volt GFCI outlet tested for use by an electrician.

  • Can I plug into any wall outlet at my house?
  • Your electric vehicle includes a 120-volt charger that can be plugged into a 120-volt wall outlet. It is highly recommended that a dedicated (not shared) 120-volt outlet with GFCI be used, and that a licensed electrician confirm the suitability of any outlet intended to be used for charging purposes.
  • Can the charging plug be used in any public charger?
  • The J1772 connector is the latest standard for charging applications and is used by all major automakers. All new charging stations will be compatible; however, older stations may use a different connector. The charging locations on the navigation system and the HondaLink EV smartphone app will only include compatible stations.

    The Honda Satellite-Linked Navigation SystemTM is available in the United States, Canada and Puerto Rico. (FM Traffic service only available in the United States, except Alaska). Please see your Honda dealer for details.

    The HondaLink EV app is available on Android and iOS operating systems. Data rates may apply.

  • Do I need to get a permit to install a home charger?
  • Some municipalities will require a permit. The home charging station installer (EVSE vendor) will obtain the required permits at each location and any permit fees will be added to the EVSE installation costs.
  • How do I locate a Charging Station?
  • Select Maps in the main menu. Enter an address or move the map to the location where you would like to search for charging stations. Click the charge station icon in the shortcut bar at the top of the map to display the results.
  • How do I turn Charge On/Off?
  • Select My EV from the main menu. Under the Charge/Climate tab, the Charge button will show either "start charge" or "stop charge" depending upon the current charging status. Click the Charge button to send the shown command to your vehicle. Once the command has been completed, the button will change to indicate the next available action—either "start charge" or "stop charge".
  • How do I turn off the Charge timer?
  • Select My EV from the main menu. Under the Charge/Climate tab, go to the Charge Schedule section and click "edit" for the Daily charge schedule. Select start "Immediately upon plug in" and click Save to send the change to your vehicle. When this option is selected, charging starts as soon as the charger is plugged in to the vehicle.
  • How do I set the Charge timer?
  • Select My EV from the main menu. Under the Charge/Climate tab, go to the Charge Schedule section and click "edit" for the Daily charge schedule. To set a charge time, select start "At scheduled time." Select the desired time to begin charging. If you prefer that charging starts as soon as the charger is plugged in to the vehicle, select start "Immediately upon plugging in."

    Next, if you chose to start charging at a specific time, choose the method to stop charging. You can select "When fully charged" or "At scheduled time." Selecting "At scheduled time" allows you to set a time to stop charging. If you chose to charge every time you plug in, the stop method is always set to, "When fully charged."

    Select Save to send the new charge schedule to your vehicle.

  • How long will the battery remain charged if the vehicle is left unplugged?
  • The drain on the battery will be very small. However, a variety of factors like outside temperature, age of the battery and the original state of charge when it was parked will have an effect on the drain rate and amount.
  • Where can I charge the car?
  • Charging at home is the most convenient method, either with the included charging cord set which can be used with a dedicated 120V 15A circuit, or with an optional 240V 32A charging station for even faster charging. Also, more and more public charging stations are being installed across the country. Locations can be found on the standard navigation system or by going to the Map page.

    The Honda Satellite-Linked Navigation SystemTM is available in the United States, Canada and Puerto Rico. (FM Traffic service only available in the United States, except Alaska). Please see your Honda dealer for details.

    Honda recommends the use of a dedicated 120-volt GFCI outlet tested for use by an electrician.

  • Why do I sometimes see "--" for some fields in the vehicle information gauge?
  • One or more fields in the vehicle information gauge may occasionally show "--". This may be due to factors such as the following:

    Your vehicle ignition is off, and the last information that was sent may no longer be applicable (e.g. interior cabin temperature may have changed). To obtain refreshed information from your vehicle, click on the Update link on the vehicle information gauge.

  • Does cold temperature affect vehicle charging?
  • The battery takes substantially longer to fully charge when cold. The time required to charge gets longer as temperatures get colder. Additionally, battery capacity is temporarily reduced in cold weather.

Climate

  • How do I turn Climate On/Off?
  • Select My EV from the main menu. Under the Charge/Climate tab, the Climate button will show either "start climate" or "stop climate" depending upon the current climate operation status. Click the Climate button to send the shown command to your vehicle. Once the command has been completed, the button will change to indicate the next available action—either "start climate" or "stop climate".
  • How do I turn off a Departure Time schedule?
  • Select My EV from the main menu. Under the Charge/Climate tab, go to the Departure Schedules section. Click "edit" for the desired departure schedule and select the Off radio button. Click Save to turn off the departure schedule.
  • How do I set a Departure Time schedule?
  • Select My EV from the main menu. Under the Charge/Climate tab, go to the Departure Schedules section. You may set two departure time settings – one for weekdays and one for weekends. One or both may be set. Click "edit" for the desired departure schedule and select the On radio button. Specify your departure time and click Save. The climate system will automatically begin heating or cooling your vehicle 30 minutes before the scheduled departure time.

    Please note that your vehicle must be plugged in and fully charged for this feature to operate.

Map

  • How do I locate a Charging Station?
  • Select Maps in the main menu. Enter an address or move the map to the location where you would like to search for charging stations. Click the charge station icon in the shortcut bar at the top of the map to display the results.
  • How do I locate other points of interest (POIs)?
  • Select Maps in the main menu. Enter an address or move the map to the location where you would like to search for your POI. Enter a keyword for your POI into the search bar at the right of the map and click the search icon to display the results on the map.

Timer

  • How do I turn off the Charge timer?
  • Select My EV from the main menu. Under the Charge/Climate tab, go to the Charge Schedule section and click "edit" for the Daily charge schedule. Select start "Immediately upon plug in" and click Save to send the change to your vehicle. When this option is selected, charging starts as soon as the charger is plugged in to the vehicle.
  • How do I set the Charge timer?
  • Select My EV from the main menu. Under the Charge/Climate tab, go to the Charge Schedule section and click "edit" for the Daily charge schedule. To set a charge time, select start "At scheduled time." Select the desired time to begin charging. If you prefer that charging starts as soon as the charger is plugged in to the vehicle, select start "Immediately upon plugging in."

    Next, if you chose to start charging at a specific time, choose the method to stop charging. You can select "When fully charged" or "At scheduled time." Selecting "At scheduled time" allows you to set a time to stop charging. If you chose to charge every time you plug in, the stop method is always set to, "When fully charged."

    Select Save to send the new charge schedule to your vehicle.

  • How do I turn off a Departure Time schedule?
  • Select My EV from the main menu. Under the Charge/Climate tab, go to the Departure Schedules section. Click "edit" for the desired departure schedule and select the Off radio button. Click Save to turn off the departure schedule.
  • How do I set a Departure Time schedule?
  • Select My EV from the main menu. Under the Charge/Climate tab, go to the Departure Schedules section. You may set two departure time settings – one for weekdays and one for weekends. One or both may be set. Click "edit" for the desired departure schedule and select the On radio button. Specify your departure time and click Save. The climate system will automatically begin heating or cooling your vehicle 30 minutes before the scheduled departure time.

    Please note that your vehicle must be plugged in and fully charged for this feature to operate.

Messages and Notifications

  • How are notifications different than messages?
  • Notifications are messages sent to you for events such as charge completion or errors related to remote functions. They are sent based on your notification preferences.

    Within the EV Owners website, messages provide a confirmation of remote commands as well as a history of any vehicle events or errors, which may have also been sent as notifications. Messages are associated with a vehicle and are available regardless of your notification preferences. To view your vehicle’s messages, select My EV in the main menu and click the Messages tab.

  • How do I change my Notification Preferences?
  • You can choose to receive notifications for Alerts, Charge Complete, Departure Reminder, and Quick Tips. Select My EV in the main menu and click the My Profile tab. In the "Notification Preferences" section, click "edit" in the right corner. Choose the categories of notifications you would like to receive and press Save.
  • Will I receive notifications if the smartphone app is closed?
  • Yes, if you have opted in for notifications, you will receive them even when the smartphone app is not open.

Maintenance

  • Is it possible to tow my Honda vehicle with all four wheels on the ground (dinghy towing)?
  • No, improper towing of your Honda vehicle such as towing behind a motor home or other motor vehicle can damage the transmission.
  • What do the sidewall markings on my tire mean?
  • The sidewall markings on a tire provide descriptive information about the tire's design. The following refers to the tire illustration below with the sidewall marking of 225/50R16:

    • 225 - This number specifies the width in millimeters (i.e. 225 mm)
    • 50 - This number is the Aspect Ratio, the ratio of sidewall height to width
    • R - Radial
    • 16 - This number designates the tire's diameter in inches (i.e. 16")
    • 92 - This number indicates the tire's load-carrying capacity, known as the Load Index; as the number for the load index increases so does the load-carrying capacity (All passenger car tires in the U.S. are also marked with their actual load limit in pounds)
    • V - This letter denotes the Speed Rating, the maximum tire speed under controlled test conditions ("V" in this example is one of several types of speed ratings)
    • psi (pounds per square inch) - The maximum cold inflation rating for the tire
    • DOT (Department of Transportation) - This symbol indicates the tire meets or exceeds United States DOT safety standards; the letters and numbers following the DOT symbol provide information about the tire manufacturer, tire size, and the date it was manufactured
  • How do I get an updated Navigation disc?
  • Periodic Navigation System updates are included in your Fit EV lease and will be shipped to you free of charge.
  • How much could I save with a Fit EV versus a gasoline Fit over a year?
  • If charged during available off-peak rates, the cost per mile would be considerably less than that of a gasoline-powered Fit. Plus, maintenance is included in the cost of the lease.
  • Will "topping off" every night damage the battery?
  • No, "topping off" will not damage the battery.
  • What kind of maintenance is required?
  • Electric vehicles typically require less maintenance than gasoline-powered vehicles. No oil changes are needed, but periodic maintenance, which is included in the lease cost, is required.
  • Can I take my vehicle to any Honda dealer for repairs?
  • Only authorized Honda Fit EV dealers are qualified to work on the Fit EV drivetrain, including the motor, transmission and Lithium Ion battery. While many issues can be addressed at any Honda dealership, it is recommended that the Fit EV be taken to an authorized Honda Fit EV dealer.

Tire Repair Kit

  • Is there a spare tire available for my car?
  • No, there is no spare tire and wheel set available. However, your vehicle includes a Tire Repair Kit that works on punctures or holes 3/16th of an inch or smaller. It cannot seal larger holes, or damage to the side walls of the tire. For more information, click here to view your owner’s manual.
  • Can I continue to drive on a tire repaired with sealant?
  • No, the vehicle should be driven to a Honda dealer or tire repair facility as soon as possible so that the tire can be properly repaired or replaced. The sealant is only for temporary use and the vehicle should not be driven over 50 mph.
  • Can I use the tire repair kit more than once?
  • The compressor can be used over and over; however, the bottle of sealant needs to be replaced after each use. The used bottle should be returned to a Honda dealer for disposal, and a new bottle can be purchased at the Honda dealer.
  • Does the tire repair sealant work on all types of tire damage?
  • No, the sealant works on punctures or holes 3/16th of an inch or smaller. It cannot seal larger holes, or damage to the side walls of the tire.
  • Does the tire repair sealant affect the TPMS system in my vehicle?
  • No, the Honda Tire Sealant and Inflator Kit sealant will not affect the TPMS sensors or system in the vehicle. (Other sealants may, however.) If the tire is repaired after using the supplied sealant, the sealant should be flushed from the TPMS sensor using cool water.
  • Does the tire repair sealant ever expire?
  • Yes, the sealant does have an expiration date, and it is clearly marked on the sealant bottle, visible through an opening in the kit. Approximate shelf life of the sealant is 5 years.
  • Does the tire repair sealant affect the TPMS system in my vehicle?
  • No, the Honda Tire Sealant and Inflator Kit sealant will not affect the TPMS sensors or system in the vehicle. (Other sealants may, however.) If the tire is repaired after using the supplied sealant, the sealant should be flushed from the TPMS sensor using cool water.

General Information

  • Does Honda offer seat belt extenders to increase the length of the seat belt?
  • No, Honda does not offer seat belt extenders for any of our vehicles. Although some auto manufacturers do offer extenders, Honda believes they are not the best or the safest solution for our customers. As required by Federal Standards, Honda's seat belts are designed to fit 95% of all U.S. adults in any seating position.

    Before buying a car, you should first sit in the intended seating position and adjust the seat to the most comfortable position. If you don't feel comfortable (your legs or stomach are touching the steering wheel, or you cannot reach and operate the controls), then you cannot safely operate the vehicle and should look for a different car.

  • How can I find out if my vehicle is affected by a campaign?
  • There are a number of ways to find out if your vehicle is affected by a campaign (recall, product update, or extended warranty). You can either call Honda Automobile Customer Service at 1-800-999-1009 (press the appropriate option for Campaign information) or contact your Honda dealer.
  • What is the VIN?
  • The Vehicle Identification Number, commonly referred to as the VIN, is a sequence of 17 letters and numbers that is uniquely assigned for each vehicle. The VIN can usually be found on the driver's side dashboard near or under the bottom portion of the windshield. It can also be found in various other places on the vehicle, including the certification label found on the driver's doorjamb.

    The VIN provides some information about the vehicle. It is typically composed of four sections. The first three digits are called the World Manufacturer Identifier (WMI). This identifies where the vehicle was manufactured or assembled and the type of vehicle it is. Honda has factories in Japan, Canada, Mexico, and the United States. Each factory has its own identifying code. For example, a VIN starting with 1HG identifies a passenger vehicle manufactured at Honda of America, while 2HG identifies a passenger vehicle manufactured at Honda of Canada. Honda currently has 10 different manufacturing locations.

    The next five digits (4 through 8) are the Vehicle Description Section (VDS). These digits provide information on the engine type, body style, and vehicle model type. The ninth digit is a check digit used internally. The 10th digit indicates the model year; letters (except "O" and "Z") were used for vehicles up to the 2000 model year while numbers are used for 2001 and newer vehicles. For example, "X" means the 1999 model year, "Y" is the 2000 model year and "1" represents the 2001 model year. The 11th digit is the plant code. Finally, digits 12 - 17 are the serial number, which is unique to each vehicle.

  • Where can I find Warranty information for my Honda vehicle?
  • Warranty information can be found in a number of different places. The most complete warranty information can be found in the Warranty booklet supplied with your vehicle. Click here to view warranty information.

Customer Support

  • How do I contact Customer Service for questions about my vehicle or the app?
  • There are several options for receiving customer assistance. Select Customer Support from the main menu to find contact information for Honda Automobile Customer Service or call the toll free number: 1-800-999-1009.
  • Where can I find out more about Bluetooth HandsFreeLink (phone compatibility, pairing a phone, etc)?
  • For information about Bluetooth HandsFreeLink (HFL), such as checking phone compatibility, how to pair a phone, or importing an address book, please visit http://automobiles.honda.com/handsfreelink/ or call 1-888-528-7876.
  • How do I request Roadside Assistance?
  • You can contact Roadside Assistance, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week at 1-866-864-5211. Information may also be found on the Roadside Assistance page under Customer Support in the main menu.
  • Is there a roadside assistance program?
  • Yes. The EV lease includes HondaLink Roadside Assistance. Should you need assistance, contact 1-866-864-5211. You an also contact HondaLink Roadside Assistance through the navigation system as well as the smartphone app.

    The Honda Satellite-Linked Navigation System™ is available in the United States, Canada and Puerto Rico. (FM Traffic service only available in the United States, except Alaska). Please see your Honda dealer for details.

    The HondaLink EV app is available on Android and iOS operating systems. Data rates may apply.

  • Who should I contact regarding the tire warranty on my Honda vehicle?
  • The tires that come as original equipment on your vehicle are warranted by their manufacturer and not Honda. The tire warranty information is located in the glove box of the vehicle. For additional warranty information or service assistance, contact the tire manufacturer directly.

    Bridgestone/Firestone
    Consumer Affairs Dept.
    P.O. Box 7988
    Chicago, IL 60680-9534
    1-800-367-3872

    Continental/General Tire
    1800 Continental Blvd
    Charlotte, NC 28273
    1-800-847-3349

    Goodyear/Dunlop Tire Corporation
    1144 East Market Street
    Akron, OH 44316-0001
    1-800-321-2136

    Michelin Tires
    Customer Relations Dept.
    P.O. Box 19001
    Greenville, SC 29602-9001
    1-800-847-3435

    Goodyear/Dunlop Tire Corporation
    1144 East Market Street
    Akron, OH 44316-0001
    1-800-321-2136

    Yokohama Tires
    601 South Acacia Avenue
    Fullerton, CA 92831
    1-800-722-9888

    These addresses and phone numbers are subject to change. Contact your Honda dealer for current information.

  • My USB Audio Interface doesn't play music after upgrading to OS 4.0 on my iPhone/iPod touch.
  • A hard reset (complete power off) to the device should resolve this problem. To perform a hard reset, hold the home button (below the screen) and the stand-by button (on the top) until the device reboots (ignore the "slide to power off" and wait until the Apple logo appears).

    Note: if a non-reset OS 4.0 iPhone/iPod touch is connected to the vehicle and disconnected, other OS 3.x iPods/iPhones may not work until the vehicle has been restarted.

About Your EV Range

  • What is my real-world range?
  • The Fit EV has an EPA-adjusted range of 82 miles. Your range will vary depending on how you drive and the weather and road conditions when you drive.

    132/105/118 city/highway/combined miles per gallon of gasoline-equivalent (MPGe) rating; 82 mile combined (city/highway) driving range rating (adjusted). Ratings determined by US EPA. Your MPGe and range will vary depending on driving conditions, how you drive and maintain your vehicle, battery age/condition, and other factors For additional information about EPA test methods, visit http://www.fueleconomy.gov/feg/label/learn-more-electric-label.shtml.

  • How does Fit-EV operate in hot or cold conditions?
  • The available driving range for the Fit EV may be significantly reduced when the vehicle is operated in hot or cold conditions, due to some temporary battery capacity loss and increased use of air conditioning and heating. This is particularly true with cold temperature operation. Batteries work by chemical reaction, and the speed of the reactions decrease as the temperature drops, resulting in a temporary decrease in total battery capacity. Driving range is further reduced by increased heater and other accessory use. In extreme cases, some Fit EV drivers have reported driving range reductions of 50% or more in cold weather. In hot weather, drivers have reported range reductions of 10% or more.As the cold temperatures subside, these reductions in driving range should subside as well.

    The Fit EV's cabin is heated by an electrical coolant heater, which warms the cabin quickly but uses a lot of power in the process. The heater, and all other accessories, draws power from the car's high voltage battery unless the car is plugged into a Level 2 (240V) charging system. Reducing accessory drain will improve overall driving range. Here are some tips to improve the available range from the Fit EV, especially in colder weather:

    • Set the climate control system to a comfortable but reasonable temperature. e.g., 68° F. Running your car’s heater at higher temperatures will diminish the battery capacity, and therefore the driving range. In hot conditions, you should adjust the temperature up to a comfortable level, e.g. 78 F, to help reduce the energy used by the air conditioning.
    • Pre-condition your vehicle prior to departure, no matter what weather you are experiencing. While the Fit EV is connected to a level 2 (240V) charging station (at home or even at work) and approximately 30 minutes prior to your departure, turn on the climate control system with either the interactive remote, smartphone app, or preset departure timer (see owners manual for details). This will allow the car to warm up the interior using current from the utility power grid, thus maintaining the charge in the Fit EV high voltage battery. This cabin pre-conditioning runs for up to 30 minutes and can be repeated if needed.
    • Park the car in a garage if possible, both at home and away from home. This will help keep the battery more temperate, helping to improve its capacity compared to being outdoors.Honda strongly recommends that the Fit EV be stored overnight or for extended periods in a garage or temperature controlled environments in order to reduce the effect that hot or cold temperatures may have on the battery performance.
    • Like all vehicles, the Fit EV's driving range will be reduced if the vehicle's tires are under inflated. Air pressure in tires will naturally decrease as temperatures get colder. Check and maintain your tire pressure at the values labeled on the driver's doorjamb for best performance.
  • What happens if I run out of charge while on the road?
  • Free roadside assistance  is available to assist you nationwide at 1-866-864-5211. The number can also be found in the navigation system or by using the HondaLink EV smartphone app.

    The Honda Satellite-Linked Navigation SystemTM is available in the United States, Canada and Puerto Rico. (FM Traffic service only available in the United States, except Alaska). Please see your Honda dealer for details.

    The HondaLink EV app is available on Android and iOS operating systems. Data rates may apply.