When driving an electric car, the last thing you want is to run out of charge before you reach your destination. Running out of charge could mean making an unscheduled stop, or worse, leave the car and passengers stranded.
Driving range is one of the main concerns when it comes to hybrid and electric cars, however with the average journey being an average of around 10 miles there's no need to worry. Many of the newest electric models can cover a decent distance on one charge like the MINI 3-Door Hatch with a range of 145 miles or the Audi e-tron with a 241 mile range.
For longer journeys there are 17,964 devices at 11,163 locations (as at 13 March 2020) across the UK so you should never be far from a charging point. Many of our dealerships have charging points available for customers, so feel free to pop in when you're passing for a quick charge. Coupled with a charging point at your home, your hybrid or electric car will be able to cover you for all journeys.
If your range is still something you are worried about, Nissan offer EV Pan-European Roadside Assistance, which covers you if your EV runs out of battery, on all new Nissan electric vehicles for the duration of the vehicle's basic warranty period. Find out more on their website here.