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Electric Cars: What happens in 2030/2035
2030 is a date you see often quoted when it comes to electric cars along with the claim that when we get
How to save money when charging your EV
How much does it cost to run and charge your electric car?   It’s undoubtedly one of the most popular questions surrounding
Tusker on course to achieve Net Zero by 2023
Employee car benefits provider Tusker on course to achieve Net Zero by 2023   Tusker is on course to achieve Net Zero
Charging an electric car at home, by Nat Barnes
Salary Sacrifice- it's no sacrifice at all
Salary Sacrifice, it’s no sacrifice at all   With a current fleet of over 20,000 cars, 95% of which are on salary
What is regenerative braking and how does it benefit electric and plug-in car drivers?
By Nat Barnes from EVs Unplugged   You might hear a lot of talk about regenerative braking when it comes to electric
The Global Microchip Shortage - how new cars have been affected
Tusker offsets a quarter of a million tonnes of carbon
Employee car benefits provider Tusker offsets a quarter of a million tonnes of carbon through verified Carbon Standards Programs Tusker is celebrating
Tusker’s 10 most popular cars of 2021 confirms a shift to EVs for motorists
Electric Vehicles have remained the most popular choice of vehicle for the second year running, for those choosing a new vehicle as