Frequently Asked Questions

What is a Plug-in Vehicle?

A plug-in vehicle is a broader term. It could mean a completely electric car with battery and electric motor, or it could mean a plug-in hybrid. A plug-in hybrid is a vehicle which has both a battery with an electric motor and a petrol tank with internal combustion engine. Either way, the vehicle can be plugged in to charge its battery.

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