Eco-Driving

In eight months the cost of electric car rapid charging rises 58%

New data reveals the price of rapid charging an electric car has increased 58 per cent in the last eight months. The average pay-as-you-go rate at a public rapid charger is now 70.32p/kWh, up from 44.55p in May 2022 and from 63.29p in September 2022, with the cost increases having been driven by rising wholesale …

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Three-quarters of employees want salary sacrifice EV car benefit

Employees are wanting access to workplace benefits such as salary sacrifice electric vehicle (EV) schemes, new research from YouGov suggests. When asked to choose the most important factor of an employee benefit, respondents overwhelmingly selected the ability to save money (73%) as their top priority. Benefits focused on mental and physical wellbeing were less popular …

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Dispelling The Top Five Biggest Myths & Concerns of Electric Car Ownership

There are estimated to be over half a million battery-electric cars on the roads in the UK, which isn’t including the 405,000 plug-in hybrids that are also registered. And with plans from the British government to stop the sale of new petrol and diesel vehicles by 2030, it’s likely we’ll see the number of electric …

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Less than half of all commuter car parks have electric vehicle charging points

According to a new investigation, fewer than half of all commuter car parks in Britain have an electric vehicle charging points. Only 44 per cent of all popular train stations, large business parks and park & ride locations in major cities were found to offer charging facilities, in the latest damning report on the nation’s …

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Don’t Lose Your Spark – How to Avoid Overcharging Your Electric Car

Thanks to estimates from the RAC, we can see that there are around 456,000 zero-emission Battery Electric Vehicles on roads throughout the UK. This number has sky-rocketed since the first electric car was made available for purchase in 2010, and there are plans to ban the sale of new petrol and diesel cars as early …

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