Drivers urged to switch to electric cars as fuel prices continue to rise – ‘Much cheaper!’

DRIVERS have been urged to switch to electric cars amid the rising fuel prices. An expert has told that EVs are “significantly” cheaper to run than petrol and diesel alternatives.

Quentin Willson, an ex-Top Gear presenter and the founder of FairCharge, told that the overall costs of running an electric car are much cheaper than those of a combustion car. The TV presenter also claimed that the second-hand values of EVs are going up.

The latest RAC Fuel Watch indicates that drivers will have to pay 191.10p for a litre of petrol and 198.96p for a litre of diesel.

And, with that in mind, it comes as no surprise that motorists might think about switching to battery-powered vehicles.

Research carried out by Next Green Car showed a growth of 74 percent in registered electric cars since 2020.

On top of that, the number of electric vehicles bought in the UK in March alone was higher than during the entirety of 2019.

Read more: Express

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