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Scotland's Charging Points
It’s understandable that you may have some queries about switching to electric/hybrid vehicles. That’s why we’re delighted to present our frequently asked questions below.
A huge network of public charging points is available throughout Scotland and continues to grow. From petrol stations to supermarkets - plus home charging points - you’re never too far from the ideal solution.
Very. In fact, the cost of electricity to charge an electric vehicle is a fraction of petrol/diesel fuel. Plus, the range of these models continues to grow, and there’s fewer fees such as road tax and congestion charges to pay.
Quite simply, you plug the battery into a suitable charging point. Once ready, the battery provides all the power necessary for moving the vehicle and powering the features throughout. There’s zero CO2 emissions and instant torque also available.
This depends on the vehicle and the charging solution being used, with public charging points offering a faster charge than domestic options. Full details can be provided by a member of our team.
Yes. Hybrid vehicles still have a combustion engine that requires petrol/diesel fuel. The electric battery in these models is complementary to the engine.