Smart chargers are connected EV home chargers that let you schedule charging times and set kWh price caps.

Unless you're an electrician, don't do it yourself. Charging points need a new dedicated circuit and only an electrician can create one safely.

The cost to charge an electric car depends entirely on the price per kWh and the total kWh added to the battery in the session.

The answer depends on whether your car is charging slowly at home or in public.

An EV tariff offers lower prices per kWh at certain times or when charging an EV.

Need an EV charger but not sure where to start? This guide covers everything you need to know.

Today, electric cars cost more than ICE equivalents, but this will change in the next few years.

SoC stands for State of Charge, which is the amount of stored energy in the battery relative to its capacity.

The cheapest way to charge an electric car is for free at supermarket chargers At home, use an EV tariff.

The rate of degradation in EV batteries is so slow you are unlikely to own a car for long enough to notice any problems.

AC and DC chargers have one fundamental difference: how power is converted from AC to DC for the battery.

Charging every day could degrade your battery and reduce your range over the long term.

Charging an EV at home will increase your electricity bill by 30% per month on average.

To trail or not to trail, that is the question.

Electric cars are predicted to get cheaper over time with the latest estimates pegging price parity with ICE cars by 2026.