By 2035 legislation means that if you want a new car you’ll have to buy an EV whether you want to or not. The good news is that electric cars are improving at an astonishing rate. If you want a well equipped and comfortable EV with a 200-mile range, you’ve already got a variety of really excellent choices from under £30,000 such as the Nissan Leaf and Renault ZOE.
Although most UK drivers could very easily live with one of the latest electric cars, plenty need to be a little careful that a pure electric car will suit their lifestyle. To help you figure out if you should plug-in or fuel-up, we’ve rounded up the pros and cons of owning an electric car.