If you’re thinking about getting an electric vehicle (EV) then you’ll have to decide how and where you recharge it. Watch our video which outlines everything you need to know before making the switch.
Electric vehicles are becoming increasingly common, especially since the Government announced their plans to ban new fossil fuel vehicles from 2030. If you’re thinking of getting an electric vehicle then you’ll have to choose how you’ll charge your car. As part of our worry-free motoring package, we’re offering customers who place their first application for a full battery electric vehicle an at home charge point at no additional cost. Plus, if you are unable to fit a home charging point at your property then instead you’ll be able to access a wide network of charging points for easy on-street charging.
As well as considering where you’ll charge you vehicle it’s worth thinking about how easily you’ll be able to manoeuvre the car’s charging cables, especially if you have limited mobility or use a wheelchair or mobility aids.
Watch our video below to find out more about charging an EV:
How can I find an electric car on the Motability Scheme?
Currently there are over 60 fully electric vehicles available to lease on the Motability Scheme, including the Nissan Leaf, MG ZS, Volkswagen ID.3 and the MINI Electric.
Motability Scheme customers can now choose to pick from pure electric cars, by ticking the ‘Electric’ box under ‘Fuel Type’ in the Car Search tool.
Search our full range of vehicles
You can search the full range of cars on the Scheme using our Car Search Tool. If you are already a customer, you can find out more about the process of getting your next car and see a month-by-month breakdown of the process leading up to the day of collection.
The Motability Scheme allows you to exchange all or part of your mobility allowance for leasing a car, scooter or powered wheelchair. For more information about joining the Scheme and possibly leasing one of the vehicles in this article, use our eligibility checker and request a free information pack.