Where and when should I charge?

Unlike petrol or diesel operated cars, you should top-up your electric vehicle as and when you can. BPChargemaster makes charging your car as affordable and simple as possible.

1. Charging At Home

Around 70% of electric vehicle charging happens overnight, at your home. With government grants available, you can install a simple-to-use Homecharge very affordably. 

2. Charging At Work

With government grants available, it can make it more affordable for your work place to get a charge point installed. 

3. Charging on the Road

We’re very lucky to have over 300 charge points in Milton Keynes, including over 60 rapid chargers. All of these can be accessed with a POLAR network card, which you can apply for in the EV Experience Centre.

How much does it cost to charge?

For the average electric vehicle, you can fully charge for around £4.00. This is much cheaper than the petrol or diesel equivalent. To find out exactly how much you could save depending on your current driving situation, speak to our EV Gurus within the EV Experience Centre.


Want to find out more?

We are there to help at the EV Experience Centre 7-days-a-week so that you can get the most out of your electric car and help you every step of the way.