Which? calls for ‘urgent improvements’ to electric car charging infrastructure

A new damning report from consumer watchdog Which? has outlined the need for ‘urgent improvements’ to electric car charging infrastructure if ministers are to convince more motorists to go green.

Almost half (48 per cent) of electric and plug-in hybrid vehicle owners it polled said they struggle to find a public charging point that is in good working order.

In fact, three out of four electric electrified car owners said they are unhappy with UK’s public charging system.

Which? says the government needs to ‘quickly address’ a sundry of issues, namely poor reliability, difficulties making payments and poor availability in some parts of the country, else jeopardise the nation’s transition to low-emission vehicles. 

Plugging-in problems: Half of EV drivers polled by Which? said they struggle to find a public charging point that’s in good working order. Watchdog says ‘urgent improvements’ needed

A survey of almost 1,500 Which? members who own a fully-electric or plug-in hybrid car…

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