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The start point for the best source of fleet information
A new EV database designed to help drivers make informed decisions on going electric has been launched by leasing company Ogilvie Fleet.
The database, which currently includes 132 electric cars, is freely available for fleets, company car drivers and consumers, allowing them to compare the cheapest, most efficient, or longest-range cars, alongside a host of other parameters, such as towing capacity and even on which side of the car its charging point is located.
Ogilvie sales and marketing director Nick Hardy said: "The process of choosing an EV brings with it many questions which can take hours to find answers to.
"That's why we have launched our free-to-use web platform to help provide peace of mind for drivers and companies powered by an intuitive search engine.
"The EV database also includes critical costs associated with NIC and corporation tax savings to enable companies to make the best possible purchasing decision."