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Make the Switch with GoEV

With the ongoing technological and societal shift to net-zero and alternative fuel vehicles, GOEV was established by Chorley Group to promote, inform and educate new and existed customers of the rapid ongoing changes occurring within the automotive industry through our regular EV blog, YouTube channel and much more.
Choose a vehicle that suits you... What types of EV are there? There are few different types of alternative fuel vehicles available on the market. If you’re not ready to commit to a 100% electric car there are different types of hybrid vehicles available to help you transition away from fuel vehicles.
EV 100% Electric Cars Fully Electric Vehicles (or EVs)are the ultimate choice for people who want to eliminate their fuel bill whilst also doing their bit to reduce CO2 emissions. EVs don’t have any exhausts, engines or fuel tanks – most use a lithium-ion battery which can be charged from any any one of a the expanding charge points across the country or via a home charger on your driveway.
    PHEV Vehicles Plug-In Hybrid (PHEV) Plug-In Hybrids, also known by the name PHEV, and vehicles that are a cross between EV & combustion engine cars. They give you the best of both worlds by providing the power of an engine, whilst also reducing your carbon emissions and saving you money on fuel by using electric energy to power short trips.
    Mild Hybrid Vehicles (MHEV) Mild-Hybrid vehicles combine both combustion engines and battery power to provide you with a more responsive and fuel saving drive. You'll typically find a 48V system in these vehicles which helps supply power under certain conditions like when you're pulling away quickly at a roundabout, helping to take the load off the engine and save you fuel.
    What Do Our Customers Say? Read what our previous customers have to say about their experiences at Chorley Group

    Can I really save much money with an electric/hybrid vehicle?

    Short answer, yes. The typical costs of charging an electric vehicle at home are around 1/5th of petrol/diesel. So for every £10 you normally spend on Petrol, instead you'd be spending £2-3 on electric.

    Sure there’s no fuel costs, but don’t I still have to pay for the electricity at home or a charge point?


    Yes, you do. But the cost is much less than you were previously paying for Petrol. We'd recommend that you check your home electricity tariff, and consider switching to one which gives cheaper off-peak rates for charging your electric vehicle overnight. Public chargers vary in cost, but still the cost is less per mile than Petrol.

    How long does it take to change an EV?


    This is depending on many factors such as vehicle charging capabilities and charging port output. Most Ev's fully charge overnight, which is amazing if you're charging you vehicle at home. A public rapid charging port can charge most EV's from 10% to 80% in around 30 minutes.

    Where can I charge my EV?


    You can charge your electric car in the comfort of your own home if you have a electric wallbox charger. If you are on the go, you can use the numerous electric charging points all around the UK. In the UK there are more than 30,000 public charge point connectors at over 12,000 locations which allows you to charge your vehicle quickly on the go and these numbers go up every year!

    What is the range of an EV?


    A single charge range of a EV is dependant on the make and model. Alot of the modern EV's have a range that suits most people's daily journeys comfortably. Most EV's have rapid charging which means that you can charge your car quickly to keep you on the go.

    What is the maintenance costs of an EV?


    Great news! EV's have a lower maintenance cost. This is due to EV's usual car parts like a gearbox, clutch, starter motor, exhaust and more. With EV's having regenerative braking, the brakes have less wear and tear which increases the time until they need to be changed.

    Can you be towed or tow in a EV?


    Yes and No! You can be towed if you have run out of charge or broken down but this isnt advised due to the battery and motor could be damaged, reducing its lifespan. On the subject of towing in a EV, only some makes and models such as the Nissan ARIYA have this capability but this may change in the future.

    What does EV, PHEV and HEV stand for?

    1. EV stands for Electric Vehicle.
    2. PHEV stands for Plug-in Hybrid Electic.
    3. HEV stands for Hybrid Electric Vehicle.