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  • Did you know?

    An electric vehicle running cost can be 20% of the cost of a similar size diesel engine.

  • Did you know?

    Growing numbers of electric vehicles can achieve over 200km of driving on a single charge. This makes them effective for a busy fleet.

  • Did you know?

    It's not unusual to see electric vehicles with over 100,000km driven on the original brake pads. One of the many cost savings for fleet managers.

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    Fleet managers find they can choose from electric cars, vans or even buses from the EV ranges on offer today.

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    Electric Vehicles have automatic transmissions, which means no clutch or gearbox problems. This can be a big cost saving for urban fleets.

  • Did you know?

    An electric vehicle could reduce your organisation's carbon footprint by up to 100g/km CO2. This equates to 1.5tCO2 for an annual mileage of 15,000km.

  • Did you know?

    Electric vehicle fleets help reduce in noise pollution, particularly in our cities. That's because they emit very small levels of noise, particularly at low speeds.

Electric vehicle opportunities

Electric vehicles (EV) are more and more visible on Irish roads. As we prepare for EVs, we are presented with some new concepts and challenges. Tackling these correctly can enhance the experience and maximise the potential of this technology.

There are many opportunities when migrating to EV. Learn about the key topics relating to electric vehicles for your business.

Electric Vehicle Fleet Trials

Register for an Electric Vehicle fleet trial and see how an EV can work for your business while saving you money and lowering emissions.

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Compare and Calculate

Compare electric vehicles with petrol and diesel to see how much you can save in annual costs and emissions.

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MythbusterElectric vehicles run out of power all the time
While possible, it is very rare. Warning messages give the driver plenty of notice if their battery is low