31 May '17, 10am

#ElectricVehicle

#ElectricVehicle

Britain’s electric vehicle drivers are set to save £30 on travel costs compared to traditional petrol car users, when travelling this half term. That’s the same price as a family of four’s admission into London Tower Bridge exhibition, 15 donkey rides on Blackpool beach or enough Cornish pasties to feed the family for breakfast, lunch and dinner. The findings come from NewMotion , Europe’s largest provider of smart charging solutions for electric vehicles. As more and more Britons opt to go on holiday within the UK the company urges motorists’ to make a positive change and to ditch petrol vehicles and go electric. 13 million Britons were tipped to make a car based journey this May bank holiday, with an average driving distance of 178 miles. This will cost drivers around £44 for a weekend getaway, before accommodation, entertainment and food and drinks costs have been taken...

Full article: http://electriccarsreport.com/2017/05/electric-vehicle-dr...

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