Most drivers won’t switch to an electric car despite hated Ulez expansion and daily tax

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More than half of all Londoners are avoiding buying an electric vehicle even despite the impact of the Ultra Low Emission Zone expansion. New data has found that 57 per cent of drivers inside Greater London have either decided against an EV, or never considered the switch. One in four motorists feel that maintaining an electric car would be more costly than a petrol or diesel vehicle, despite not needing to pay the £12.50 daily charge. This research comes as London deals with the first week under the new terms of the Ulez scheme, having been expanded to the boundary of Greater London at the en…

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