Electric driving
Living with an EV

Electric cars have many advantages over petrol and diesel cars. But making the switch can take some getting used to. This guide answers the most common questions about electric driving and explains how an EV fits into everyday life.

Electric cars have many advantages over petrol and diesel cars. But making the switch can take some getting used to. This guide answers the most common questions about electric driving and explains how an EV fits into everyday life.

Financial benefits

Driving an electric car is beneficial for both the environment and personal expenses. Find out why opting for an EV makes perfect financial sense.

Running costs

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Range

The average Australian drives 38 kilometres a day*. A distance that all modern EVs can cover for several days before they need a recharge. Owners of cars with bigger batteries, such as Polestar 2, can make charging a weekly occurrence.

Charging

Charging an EV is more convenient than refuelling a conventional vehicle. Instead of heading to a petrol station, you can plug it in at home or work while the car is parked. For longer trips, there’s an ever-growing network of rapid charging stations to rely on. Make the battery part of the bio-break. Plug in, charge up, drive on.

*Source: Electric Vehicle Council

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