Vauxhall's Electric Vehicles

Vauxhall has gone electric!


Electric cars are 85-90% more energy efficient than internal combustion engine cars which are only 17-21% fuel efficient.

Vauxhall are on a mission to build eletric cars for 

 
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Government Grants for Electric Drivers:

 

  • The government have put together a package of grants for electric vehicle drivers.
  • You could get 35% of purchase price, up to£2,500 off an electric car, and up to £3,000 on a small van, £6,000 for large vans.
  • We will complete the relevant paperwork in order to access the grant.
  • Your vehicle must have CO2 emissions of less than 50g/km and a zero emission range of at least 70 miles. 
  • Drivers could also get a grant of up to £350 towards an authorised home charging unit.

For the most up to date information: Charging Grants Click HEREVehicle Plug in Grants Click HERE

Workplace Charging Scheme (WCS)

  • The WCS provides help to eligible businesses, charities and public sector organisations.
  • Organisations could receive £3500 per socket towards cost of installing electric charge points.
  • To qualify for the WCS, there must be dedicated off-street parking for staff.

Pay Less Tax

  • Save more on your tax with a low emission vehicle.
  • All 100% electric cars (costing under £40,000) will pay £0 car tax; plug-in hybrid vehicles get £10 discount.
  • Zero emission vehicles are exempt from paying car tax.
  • If you choose to recharge a plug-in vehicle at home you'll pay only 5% VAT on your electricity.
  • There is also the 'Benefit in Kind' rate (BIK) for electric vehicles is 1% for 2021/22.

Lower Local Charges

  • Low or zero emission EVs pay less in Clean Air Zones (CAZ) in the UK and Ultra Low Emission Zone in London.
  • Some local councils offer electric drivers free parking, reduced Residents' Parking Permits, access to bus lanes and potentially free electricity.

! Did you know?

To improve air quality, some local authorities are introducing Clean Air Zones. If your vehicle exceeds emission standards, you may have to pay a charge if you drive in a Clean Air Zone.

Bath has a Class C Clean Air Zone.

Birmingham will launch a Class D Clean Air Zone on 1 June 2021.

More cities will implement Clean Air Zones later in 2021 and 2022.

There are 4 types of Clean Air Zones, Class A to D

Class

Vehicle type

Buses, coaches, taxis, private hire vehicles

B

Buses, coaches, taxis, private hire vehicles, heavy goods vehicles

C

Buses, coaches, taxis, private hire vehicles, heavy goods vehicles, vans, minibuses

Buses, coaches, taxis, private hire vehicles, heavy goods vehicles, vans, minibuses, cars, the local authority has the option to include motorcycles 


Minimum emission standards


Each vehicle type has a minimum emission standard. You can find your vehicle’s emission standard in your vehicle logbook or from your vehicle manufacturer.

To avoid being charged in a Clean Air Zone, your vehicle must meet the following minimum standard:

Vehicle type

Clean Air Zone minimum standard

Buses, coaches, heavy goods vehicles

Euro VI

Vans, minibuses, taxis, private hire vehicles, cars 

Euro 6 (diesel) and Euro 4 (petrol)

Motorcycles 

Euro 3

Local authorities may set a different standard for taxis and private hire vehicles. You should always check if you will need to pay a charge or contact the local authority for more information.

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For more info visit: https://www.gov.uk/guidance/driving-in-a-clean-air-zone

Types of Electric Vehicles:

 

BEV 

 

Battery Electric Vehicles (BEVs) are 100% electric. As there is no internal combustion engine, they don’t produce any exhaust emissions. They are driven by an electric motor, powered by a battery you plug in to the mains.

 

PHEV 

 

Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicles (PHEVs) give you flexibility as they have both an electric motor and an internal combustion engine. So you can either recharge by plugging in to home or public socket, or fill up with petrol or diesel.
 
They combine the advantages of an electric vehicle for short, every-day drive with those of an internal combustion engine for longer journey.

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