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Electric car and PHEV drivers to face £5 charge to top up at motorways

Electric car and PHEV drivers to face £5 charge to top up at motorways

Recharging an electric car like the Nissan Leaf will cost a minimum of £5 at motorway service stations (Picture © Nissan)

British drivers who choose electric cars or plug-in hybrid models to save money while doing their bit to help the UK combat climate change have been hit with shocking news, after the main provider of motorway charging points for electric cars announced it will introduce a £5 fee for a 20-minute rapid charge.

The decision was taken by Ecotricity, a Gloucestershire-based company that until recently was the sole provider of charging points for electric cars at Britain’s motorway service stations.

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