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With the price per mile of charging an electric car estimated to be around a third of filling up with petrol, choosing an electric car means you make considerable savings on your monthly fuel bill, as well doing your bit for the environment.
Although, electric cars might seem more expensive, leasing is an affordable option that allows you to drive the latest models for easy to manage monthly fee.
What you need to know about electric cars
Is an electric car right for me?
In the UK, the sale of new petrol & diesel cars will be banned, meaning that in less than ten years, the only new vehicles you’ll be able to buy will be electric. Get all the facts on making the switch.
How far will an electric car go?
Find out how car you can go in the electric cars you are interested in, range anxiety shouldn't be the reason to stopping your switching to an electric car.
How much does it cost to charge?
The Go Ultra Low calculator, built by The Office of Zero Emissions and the Government, has been designed to show you how long an electric car will take to charge and how much it will cost you at home and in public charging bays.
How do I charge my electric car?
In theory, charging an EV is simple; it’s just like a phone, plug it in and wait for it to fill. To help you, we’ve put together a guide to give you all the answers you may have about charging.
Can I charge my electric car at home?
Charging your electric vehicle at home is simple, all you need is a home charging unit and we can supply this with an electric car lease. That's why we've partnered with British Gas to offer a solution that includes a market leading charge point, application management and installation, all spread out over your monthly rental costs.
How do I maintain an electric car?
If you’ve made the move, or are thinking of moving to an electric car then you’ll want to know about maintenance and keeping your new car in top condition. The good news is, with fewer parts to wear out or go wrong and no oil to top up, maintaining an electric car is much simpler than a traditional car, and you should make big savings too!
Get informed and keep up to date on electric cars
Electric Vehicle Blog
If you need more information before making the switch to an electric car, then take a look at our blog and insights section which is updated regularly.
We'll bring you all the information you need to help make your journey to electric easy and work for you.
Experience Electric is about eliminating the Electric Vehicle (EV) taboo…we are driving change for the future by driving and advocating electric. We have put together real footage of driving an EV out in the countryside, with genuine learnings and feedback on what it’s really like to drive an EV and Experience Electric for the first time...