Choosing an electric vehicle means considering a number of angles – not just the size of your budget. The location of your nearest charge point is a factor in your decision, since EVs need to be plugged in for the battery to charge. Let’s take a look in more detail.
Another consideration when choosing an electric vehicle is how far you drive on a daily basis. If you tend to cover short distances in urban areas, an electric vehicle is perfect. Most EVs nowadays have at least a 150-mile range, so you’re also covered for less frequent medium to long distance trips.
If, however, you cover a lot of miles – for example, for work – then a PHEV may suit you better. These tend to offer exceptional range, as well as delivering zero-emissions driving in towns and cities.
Owning an electric vehicle is much like owning a petrol or diesel model. Each manufacturer has guidelines on how often your car should be serviced, and many vehicles have an app that enables you to check on the status of various components remotely. This makes ownership simpler and more convenient than ever.
The Electric Range