Are electric vehicles expensive to own?

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The future can be cleaner and cheaper

In many ways, Battery-Electric vehicles can save you money over their lifetime. For instance, you’ll never pay for fuel again and a full charge from a domestic socket can cost as little as 5€.

There’s a range of government incentives for zero-emission vehicles too, whether it’s exemption from city centre charges, discounted parking or tax discounts and bonuses. And because electric motors and batteries are reliable and require minimal maintenance, servicing can often be cheaper too.

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