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Ogilvie Fleet launches electric vehicle database

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Ogilive Fleet has launched an electric vehicle database to help drivers transition to the new technology.

The database, which includes all 132 electric cars currently available, will allow fleets, company car drivers and consumers to access information and compare models.

It will allow users to compare vehicles on a number of factors, such as range, cost, national insurance contributions and corporation tax.

The database will also include detailed information about an EV’s battery and charging capabilities, including the location of the charging point on a car.

Nick Hardy, sales and marketing director at Ogilvie Fleet, said: “The process of choosing an EC brings with it many questions which can take hours to find answers to.

“That’s why we have launched our free-to-use web platform to help provide peace of mind for drivers and companies.”

The database will be updated later in the year to include category N1 vehicles, following a huge increase in demand for electric LCVs.

The launch of the EV database follows the recent Ogilvie True Cost updates which allows fleet managers to predict the real-life cost of plug-in hybrid and battery electric cars.

> Interested in comparing electric vehicle data? Check out our EV tool.

> Interested in ensuring the efficient use of EVs. Check out our dedicated editorial sections: Insight & policy | EV news | Charging & infrastructure | Costs & incentives | Benefit-in-kind | EV case studies | EV road tests


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