With todays excessive petrol charges and the constant rise in the cost of running a car, there is much being mentioned about alternate methods of transport to ease already tightened budgets. With increased penalties being applied for parking and road tax charges on car emissions, individuals, as well as public authorities and businesses, are now very conscious of their own carbon foot print as well as their diminished bank balances. There is now a very noticeable push for the automotive industry to provide a greener, low carbon transportation solution, for the future.
With many options having been put forward over the years, from the automotive industry, to address future concerns around fuel availability and a need to reduce vehicle emissions, it would seem that the most popular and viable alternative available to petrol and diesel, currently, is electricity, and recent years have seen the growth of a car market based on both hybrid and fully electric vehicles.
Electric cars have some real tangible benefits over their more conventional petrol and diesel cousins. Electric cars offer a significant reduction in urban air pollution as there are no tailpipe emissions, they also offer a potential reduction in the amount of green house gases given out in production of their fuel (this is dependent upon how the electricity is generated, of course e.g. wind or solar power generation) There is also the benefit of a reduction in dependence on foreign fuel imports, which over the years has always been a source of controversy and concern, for most non-oil producing countries.
With this new type of automotive technology coming to the forefront, Global7 has created a new website, www.just-electriccars.co.uk , to provide complete information and advice on electric cars. It is aimed at potential purchasers and those interested in finding out about the viability of this form of transportation. It has been set up to provide everything you would need to know when looking to enter the market. Whether you are looking for details on the manufacturers of electric cars; spare parts and servicing of electric cars; electric car accessories or just general information on how they all work and how they can be refilled, you can find it at www.just-electriccars.co.uk.
The site, whilst already informative, is very much “work in progress” as our researchers and writers look to bring you the most up to date information on everything pertaining to this field, so it is well worth bookmarking , to keep you fully informed as the technology and infrastructures develop, to accommodate this emerging transport facility.
There is still much to be done, if we are all to convert to electric travel and Just-Electric Cars aims to provide you with the most up to date information on progress, which will allow us all to start taking this fuel source seriously. Whether it is detailing the evolving infrastructure for refuelling or providing driving tips on getting the best out of the new fuel source, www.just-electriccars.co.uk aims to be at the forefront and keeping you fully abreast of changes and development.
It is an exciting time for green transport, and the Just-Electric Cars website should be your first port of call for information and advice: whether it is to compare green credentials of electricity versus other fuel sources for vehicles, or to read reviews about the latest models and their costs or even to find suppliers of vehicles, parts and services, close to you.