There is a lot of pressure on UK motorists to switch from the usual Petrol & Diesel-powered vehicles and change to pure electric. Car manufacturers are pulling out all the stops to offer exciting vehicles with all of the latest technologies and high ranges before customers needing to recharge.
The number of electric cars being sold across the UK is slowly climbing in comparison to fuelled vehicles, however, as the demand is increasing lots of manufacturers are beginning to release some brilliant options and others will continue to do so as they develop the technologies.
One of the biggest reasons for the slow climb is because the charging infrastructure is not fully where it needs to be set to cater for more drivers across the country.
For drivers who tend to do small journeys the choice to drive all-electric is worth considering as there is plenty of range to commute to work and back from charging it at home the night before. For longer journeys, it should be planned out so that time is given to charge the vehicle at a motorway service station or public charging point.
With relatively low running costs and little inconvenience businesses and personal customers can save money in the long run also doing their bit for the environment.
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For drivers who are looking for an alternative between fully electric and fossil-fuelled engines, a Hybrid is a great choice worth considering. Manufacturers are beginning to offer the option of Hybrid or Plug-in hybrid into their engine line ups to cater to the demand across the UK.
Hybrid cars have smaller Petrol or Diesel engines with an electric motor to make up the difference in producing excellent combined fuel consumption readings along with better straight-line performance as well.
A mild hybrid engine means you do not need to charge it as the car regenerates its charge whilst driving along. A Plug-in hybrid does regenerate power from driving however drivers can plug it in to speed up the process.
For drivers who do minimal miles to work and back each day a plug-in hybrid can sometimes get there on all-electric which keeps the ongoing running costs to a minimum.
Leasing is a great way to drive a brand new car for a fixed monthly payment then at the end of the contract, a driver simply hands it back so that they can get another hybrid car on lease.