There is a huge range of electric and plug-in vehicles available to test drive. The Go Ultra Low website has a listing of popular models available, with basic information about each model and filters to show models that fit your needs. It's a good place to start looking.
New cars can benefit from the Government's plug-in car grants, which can give up to a whopping £4500 off the cost of the vehicle.
For advice, tips & tricks on owning a BMW i3 visit our local friends at i3 Guide, a fantastic site for in-depth guides to all aspects of owning BMW's flagship electric vehicle.
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Tesla operates its business entirely online, so you can order new and used Tesla vehicles via their website. You can book in for a test drive at their stores at any time.
The private second-hand market
The second-hand market for electric and plug-in vehicles is already huge and one of the best places to look is Auto-Trader. You can browse vehicles from across the whole of the UK, private and from dealerships.Electric vehicles on Auto-Trader
Electric vehicles are enabling new, convenient subscription services for "owning" cars. They allow drivers to pay a single monthly fee, with no other costs, for as little as a one-month subscription.
Article last updated on June 2nd 2020.