Electric and Hybrid are the Future

Posted by: Electriccarstrader

The question is not ‘should my next car be a eco friendly car?’. The question is ‘should my next car be electric or hybrid?’.

It is clear that the world needs to change not for the present but for the future. The only way we should be thinking is green! So if you are like the majority of car owners and you have a standard combustion engine, diesel or petrol car you need to be looking into the future. This is because it has already been written for us.

The Government are banning the sales of purely diesel and petrol cars from 2040 due to poor air quality and the rising levels of nitrogen oxide and the damaging effects this is having on our health. Now I’m sure you are having a little conversation with yourself right now saying how far away it is and that you will think about it when it comes around. Well we all know how fast time goes. Remember your toddler who is now 25 and you are wondering ‘where the hell did all that time go?’ Yep, within a hop skip and a jump the deadline day will have passed us and you’ll be scrabbling around through online brochures and news articles wondering what these Hybrid vehicles are and how far each electric car can go!

The way we drive and fuel up our cars will change dramatically once you switch to EV or Hybrid

Perhaps it’s time to start thinking about your next generation eco car. That will, let’s face it, top trump every other car you have EVER owned. Hybrid cars are massively more fuel efficient and electric cars cost pence to run.   

In our next few blogs at Electric Cars Trader we will be walking you through the unique qualities of these two new types of cars to help you decide which one is right for you. Then you can hop over to our listing to see what is available!

Matt Shillings

Electric Cars Trader


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    • Matthew Shillings

      Hello, thank you for your kind words! We have customised it ourselves to make it our own.

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