Major Updates

It’s time to switch to an electric car

Over 80,000 drivers like you have already switched to electric. They’re benefitting from low running costs, a great driving experience and government grants up to £4,500.


  • 96% of motorway services have a rapid charger that will recharge your car to 80% in under 30 minutes.
  • The electric car with the longest range can travel up to 800 miles. Find out which car is right for you and book a test drive on the Go Ultra Low national website.
  • Switching to an electric car could save you £750 a year in fuel bills.


Why change?

  • Low/zero carbon emissions – reduced road pollution, no London congestion charges
  • Cheaper running costs – no car tax, no fuel duty
  • Very quiet – reduced traffic noise
  • Financial incentives for individuals and businesses
  • Digital support services for owners

Find these and other great benefits on our Frequently Asked Questions page.

Electric Cars are fun to drive

They are quick, responsive, have super-smooth acceleration, and yet are quiet, giving you a peaceful ride.

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Source West LogoSource West, was funded by Bristol City Council through the UK’s Local Sustainable Transport Fund (LSTF), to promote the introduction of electric vehicles (EVs) into the South West including Bristol City, Bath and North East Somerset, and the Counties of South Gloucestershire, North Somerset and Gloucestershire.

The project was partially funded under the ICT Policy Support Programme (ICT PSP) as part of the Competitiveness and Innovation Framework Programme by the European Community.

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Most of the content on this page, including images, was kindly provided by the Go Ultra Low national website.

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