Where can I charge my Electric Vehicle?

Charging electric vehicle couldn’t be easier

Charging an electric vehicle (EV) or plug-in hybrid vehicle’s (PHEV) battery is very straightforward. There are three options…


Public Charging.

Wherever you are in the UK, you’re never too far from a public charging connector. To find your nearest access point, please visit https://www.zap-map.com/live/.

Home Charging

  • Connect your car to your three-pin power supply via the supplied cable. Though this is a slow-charging method, it does allow you to leave your car to charge overnight.
  • Alternatively, arrange for a dedicated wallbox to be installed – this will provide you with a fast-charging set-up.

From Work.

Many businesses provide fast-charging solutions for their employees. If yours doesn’t, at the very least, you should be able to charge your EV via your workplace’s standard three-pin power supply.

How to Charge

Charge Points​​

How Fast?

How fast can chargers be?​​

How long will my vehicle take to charge fully?

It depends on the size of the battery and the charging method used. We’ve provided examples for the Nissan LEAF (please see above), which offers a standard 40 kWh battery capacity.

Battery size / Charge Power + Charge Time

40 kWh
50 kW Charger
48 minutes

All our Electric FAQs

If you have any electric vehicle queries, please study our frequently asked questions. If you still require answers, please get in touch with our Grimsby or Hull showroom team, who will be only too happy to assist you.