The government’s decision to bring forward the ban on new cars that use an internal combustion engine (ICE) by five years to 2030 means that electric vehicles (EVs) are never far from the news.
There is now a much wider choice of EVs for you as a driver to choose from for your next brand-new car. There is also a range of home charging options to look at too, whether you own or rent your home and whether you park it on public roads or not.
New-build houses are obliged to include an EV charging point and grants are available to help with the cost of installing different kinds of chargers, depending on your eligibility.
We’re here to help you explore which of these chargers is the best option for you, if you drive an EV and you’d like to charge it at home.