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Government Incentives

Government grants and road tax exemption mean the numbers really add up for Audi e-tron.

Grants for owning electric.

The UK government is keen for people to take up electric driving and provide a number of incentives. One, called the Plug-In Car Grant, is worth £3,500. Please find further information, here.

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Charging at work grant.

Your employer could also benefit from installing a charging station if they apply to the Workplace Charging Scheme. It gives them £500 off the cost of installation of electric charging points to encourage more employees to go electric in the future. What’s more, drivers of electric vehicles will not incur a BIK (Benefit In Kind) charge for electricity used at work.

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Goodbye, congestion fees.

There are various other local benefits to electric driving. In London, for example, electric vehicles are exempt from the congestion charge & T-Charge (Customers will need to register to the scheme before being exempt from the congestion charge – more information can be found here).

Audi e-tron makes environmental and financial sense.

Also the low – or zero – emissions from electric vehicles will mean lower charges from the Clean Air Zones being implemented across the UK and the Ultra-Low Emission Zone in London. Drivers can find out more from their local council.

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