EVs are now a viable, everyday mode of transport, offering many benefits to individuals and businesses alike.
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Electric vehicles have many benefits, including:
One of the biggest advantages of driving EVs is the impact on our environment.
Pure EVs have no tailpipe, so they don’t emit any exhaust gases, which reduces local air pollution particularly in congested cities.
On average, an electric car costs less than £1.30 to drive 100 miles (based on our GoElectric 35 tariff during off-peak hours) vs. £11.05(1) for a petrol car.
There's also cheaper service and maintenance plus low or no vehicle tax.
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EVs have more responsive acceleration and regenerative braking when easing off the accelerator.
They tend to have a low centre of gravity, which improves handling, comfort and safety.
There are a few schemes that help make a switch to drive electric cars. The government grants include help with charging points at home and at work as well as buying a new EV.
Second-hand electric cars could be a great affordable option if you're looking to make the switch from petrol.
It's worth remembering too the sale of new petrol and diesel vehicles will be banned from 2030.
Drive a brand new zero-emissions EV with an affordable monthly rental. You'll also have no vehicle tax, low maintenance costs, and a choice of free parking in many convenient locations.
Learn about maintenance and servicing for your electric car.
Learn about all the different options for charging your electric car on the go and at home.
Official UK average fuel prices in using February 2021 (Source:The AA): Unleaded = 121.5 p/litre. Cost for 100 miles driving assumes an average efficiency of 50 mpg = 11 miles per litre. The calculated cost for Unleaded is £11.05.