One of the main concerns among those considering switching to electric is access to suitable charging points. Whether it’s a home installation or a public charging location, there’s plenty of opportunity to charge your vehicle in a way that is easy and cost effective. Of course, depending on your own particular circumstances and residential situation, the available options may vary, but we at Drift Bridge are delighted to detail the various solutions from which to choose.
Range is an all-important factor in selecting an electric car. In fact, for many people, knowing their vehicle has the ability to comfortably reach a desired destination is crucial to their peace of mind. Understanding just how far you drive on a regular basis and carefully planning your route on longer journeys is key to ensuring you get the most out of your electric vehicle, arranging suitable points and times to stop and charge.
There are many advantages to investing in an all-electric car, with benefits ranging from more affordable running costs to playing an important role in cutting CO2 emissions. Not only that, but electric models do not incur any road tax charges and are exempt from congestion fees too. There’s also improved maintenance costs and the opportunity to benefit from government incentives to help make switching to electric even more appealing.