The cars for sale in fresno are increasingly seen as a viable everyday mode of transport, offering many benefits to individual and business alike, and not just the realm of the tech-savvy and environmental awareness. One of the biggest advantages of driving electric is the improvement it can make to the environment we live in. Pure electric vehicles have no tailpipe, so they don’t emit any exhaust gases, which reduces local air pollution particularly in congested cities. Electric cars are an attractive solution for councils challenged to clean up air quality to improve their residents’ health and quality of life.
Benefits of electric cars
You’ll instantly notice three advantages of cars for sale in fresno over ICE vehicles (Internal Combustion Engine). The first is instant torque from the electric motor which gives high and responsive acceleration. The second is regenerative braking when easing off the accelerator, which feeds energy back into the battery adding to their efficiency.
As EVs become more mainstream, the costs are dropping rapidly and there is a wide variety of benefits for drivers making the switch. From the environmental impact to the savings you can make on fuel, tax, and maintenance costs, electric vehicles could help you save significant amounts of money. On a cost per mile basis fully cars for sale have cost you a quarter or less of what a traditional petrol or diesel car might. These savings quickly add up, see how much you could save on each journey when driving an EV by using our special Journey Cost Calculator below.
Easy and cheaper to maintain
While the price of an EV may be similar to most comparable petrol or diesel cars, the cost of running one is significantly cheaper particularly over the full lifetime of the vehicle. From tax incentives and special government grants to enhanced fuel efficiency, the lower cost of electricity, and reduced maintenance requirements, you could spend far less on an electric vehicle than you do in your current car. 100% electric cars are designed to be as efficient as possible and there are generally 3 main components powering the vehicle; the on-board charger, inverter, and motor.
Fast, easy home charging
Charging your EV at home is cost-efficient, simple, and fast. A compact, all-weather home charging unit can be outside your home and you’ll be eligible for a £500 government grant to cover installation. Once installed, you’ll be able to charge your EV by simply plugging in the charging cable when you’ve parked up. It’s as easy as charging your mobile phone. Using a 7kW home charging port, most EVs can charge to full capacity in around 8 – 12hours so your car will be ready to go when you are. Rapid chargers can speed up the process, even more, charging most cars to about 80% in about 30 minutes.