Alongside this, road users could save up to £7,000 over the years by making the switch through fuel savings, car tax breaks and congestion charge savings.
Many electric car firms offer to install a portable rapid charger on your driveway after making a purchase meaning motorists would be able to enjoy the benefits with little added cost.
For firms who don’t offer the service, grants are available to make installing the technology more affordable.
This often covers the installation cost with road users only needing to pay for the device which can be found as cheap as £400.
Home charging equipment will top up your car between 30 and 60 percent more than a traditional mains electricity supply.
Published at Fri, 29 May 2020 04:01:00 +0000