Electric/Hybrid FAQs

Q. How far can a typical Electric Vehicle travel on a single charge?

A. It depends on the car but on average, Electric Vehicles can travel between 50 and 80 miles on a single charge.

Q. What’s the lifespan on an Electric Car battery?

A. It depends on the type of battery. Lithium-iron-phosphate batteries can last up to 10 years or longer.

Q. Why are Electric Vehicles so expensive?

A. Its partly because batteries are expensive. There is lots of funding programs available to ensure buying an Electric Vehicle is affordable.

Q. Are Electric Cars dependable?

A. Electric Vehicles are just as reliable as petrol or diesel powered vehicles. In fact, Electric Vehicles have fewer moving parts than fuel powered engines.

Q. How much does it cost to run an Electric Car?

A. You can get from A to B for as little as 2 – pence per mile in an Electric Vehicle compared to approx. 12 – 15 pence per mile for a petrol or diesel car.

Q. How much does it cost to charge an Electric Vehicle?

A. Fully charge your electric car for between £2 and £4...

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