Quick guide to electric driving
EVs are simple, accessible and very practical to drive - but not exactly the same as what you might be used to. Here’s how driving an electric car differs from driving a gas-powered one.
What’s the difference between a hybrid, a plug-in hybrid, and a fully electric car? You’d surprised at the many different ways to go electric. We break it down for you here. Comparing prices, driving experiences, costs, safety features and much more!
Electric driving FAQs
An electric vehicle, also known as an EV, uses one or more electric motors or traction motors for propulsion. The energy used to drive an EV is stored in the battery and the battery is charged at a charging station (at home, in the office or in public).
No, the provision of the home charging station and the reimbursement of the electricity do not have an impact on the Benefit in Kind of the vehicle. However, to ensure that the reimbursement only applies to the company car, the home charging station must have a communication system that allows the amount of electricity used to be passed on to the employer.
EVs differ in more facets than just size and engine power of combustion engine vehicles. For example, an EV has: