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Why go Electric?

The future is now here in the form of electric cars, but are you up to date on everything automotive electric? Is it simply a case of buying an electric car when it's time for your next car, therefore signifying that electric cars are now automotive normality? And what about hybrid vehicles, and just how many different types are there.

The answer is a lot simpler than you might think. To make it a bit easier to understand, this page will simplify the different types of electric vehicle, in which there are four different types, along with highlighting the advantages of choosing an electric vehicle for your next car.

First thing's first, how many different types of Electric and Hybrid vehicle are there, and what are the differences?

 

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Benefits of Choosing an Electric Car

The popularity of electric cars, hybrids and similar has grown as technology has moved forward and the electric car is now more attractive than ever. But what makes the electric car so appealing?

  • More environmentally friendly, no CO2 emissions
  • Low maintenance and running costs
  • Quiet and comfortable
  • Attractive Government incentives and grants
  • Low to no road tax and toll savings
  • Impressive performance

Where to charge my electric vehicle?

Home Charging Points

At home charging points offer benefits like the increased charge speed, built-in safety features and weatherproofing. The good news is that government grants are available to help with the set up costs.

Work Charging Points

Some charging points are universal and can be installed to your workplace or office car park. Again, the government website lists all the information regarding getting this set up and how businesses can apply.

Public Charging Points

Dotted all over the UK are public charging networks which you can charge your car from, whilst on the move. Rapid charging along with normal charging is possible with many electric cars being able to use these facilities.