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Blog Tag Electric Cars

Are Electric Cars More Expensive to Service?

Jack Dreyer | Tuesday 19th April 2022 12:00pm

Woman charging an electric car

As electric vehicles become more of a common sight on Britainís roads, we have to ask ourselves, are they cheaper to service? Read on to find out.

Are Electric Cars Exempt from the Congestion Charge?

Jack Dreyer | Monday 14th March 2022 10:15am

Congestion charge sign in London

There have been lots of recent changes to Londonís Low Emission Zone recently. Read the latest Kwik Fit blog to find out about electric car charge exemption.

Are Hybrid Cars Worth the Investment?

Jack Dreyer | Thursday 20th January 2022 1:59pm

Hybrid car sign

Hybrid cars are gaining in popularity. But they can cost a pretty penny. Are they worth the investment? We talk about the benefits and things to consider here.

How Do Electric Cars Work?

Jack Dreyer | Wednesday 29th December 2021 5:06pm

Woman charging electric car

Electric cars are becoming increasingly popular on the UKís roads as a cleaner, greener way to drive. But how do they work? Find out in Kwik Fitís blog.

Are Electric Cars Actually Cheaper to Run?

Bradley Jando | Wednesday 24th November 2021 5:06pm

Woman charging electric car port

Are you thinking of getting an electric car? Want to know the costs of an electric model versus a petrol one? Read on to learn about the difference in cost.

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