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Charging Infrastructure – a review
By Nat Barnes   When it comes to driving an electric car, if you read and believed the mainstream press, you could
How to keep your keyless car safe
It’s one of modern motoring’s cleverest features, but is keyless car technology opening up more problems for owners?   There’s something still
Record high fuel costs push the charge to electric
The Chancellor might have cut 5 pence per litre off fuel duty in his recent Spring Statement, but that did little to
Charging an electric car on the road, by Nat Barnes
When it comes to EVs, you might have heard of range anxiety but as the technology and range of new EVs improves,
What happens in 2030/2035
2030 is a date you see often quoted when it comes to electric cars along with the claim that when we get
How to save money when charging your EV
How much does it cost to run and charge your electric car?   It’s undoubtedly one of the most popular questions surrounding
What is regenerative braking and how does it benefit electric and plug-in car drivers?
By Nat Barnes from EVs Unplugged   You might hear a lot of talk about regenerative braking when it comes to electric
Charging an electric car at home, by Nat Barnes
Behind the Scheme: Ian Henderson, HR, Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Council
Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Council have recently resigned on the CPC framework, continuing their CPC Drive car scheme for another three years. “…the