Lower CO2 emissions, affordable running costs, and the very latest in innovative technology, the question isn’t so much why go electric, but why not?
Here at Croxdale Group, we’re delighted to be able to provide our customers with the very best in electric and hybrid vehicles.
Our frequently asked questions provide answers to some of the most common queries about electric motoring.
If you’re looking for the best emissions-free range possible, opting for electric is key. However, hybrid options offer a more traditional driving experience and may prove preferable.
Like any vehicle, an electric car needs to undergo regular servicing to ensure it is in peak condition. The regularity of servicing will be detailed in your vehicle’s handbook.
Yes. All vehicles - including electric models - aged over three years are required to undergo an annual MOT inspection to ensure its roadworthiness.
Regular charging is always recommended, and the frequency will depend on the vehicle’s use. The more you drive, the more regularly you will need to charge.
The charging time for an electric vehicle varies from model to model, and depends on the charging source being used.
Most electric car batteries are lithium-ion and have been developed to last for 100,000 miles of use. However, many are capable of exceeding this value, often achieving up to 150,000 miles before requiring replacement.