If your home has off-street parking, a wall-box can charge your electric vehicle faster than a standard 3-pin domestic plug.
CHARGING AT WORK
If you want to encourage your employees to make the switch to electric, the Government will support the installation cost for every charge point you install (maximum of 20 chargepoints). What’s more, electric drivers won’t incur any Benefit in Kind charges for electricity used at work. To find out more visit www.GoUltraLow.com.
SAVING ON CAR TAX
Cars that are zero-emission, or were registered before 1st April 2017 and emit less than 100g/km of CO2, are exempt from paying Vehicle Excise Duty (VED). Commonly known as the car tax, all drivers who use regular petrol or diesel cars are required to pay. One more way going electric saves you money.
CONGESTION CHARGE EXEMPTION
If you drive into London regularly, you'll know that the congestion charge can add significantly to your costs. Because both the SKODA SUPERB iV and the SKODA CITIGOe iV emit leass than 75g/km of CO2 theay are exempt from the charge.
There are local councils up and down the country that offer incentives for electric vehicle owners. For example many offer reduced-cost Residents' Parking Permits, or even Green Vehicle Permits that allow free parking at shopping centres and train stations, access to bus lanes, and free use of charging stations. Offers vary depending on the council, so contact your local authority to find out more.
Our electric iV models are powered by cutting-edge lithium-ion batteries. Loaded with densely packed energy, they safely and sustainably power your car. Our Battery Management System ensures performance won’t deteriorate even over long periods of time.