More people are making the switch to pure-electric cars as a greater choice of models becomes available and as the end to sales of new petrol and diesel cars looms in 2030. The good news is that electric cars are improving at an astonishing rate. If you want a well equipped and comfortable EV with a long battery range, you’ve already got a variety of really excellent choices from under £30,000 such as the Hyundai Ioniq Electric, Nissan Leaf and Renault ZOE.
While an electric car will be a great fit for many people, it still pays to consider how one might suit your lifestyle and driving habits. To help you decide if you should plug-in or fuel-up, we’ve rounded up the pros and cons of owning an electric car.