Electric cars and vans are now available through DriveElectric’s FlexiHire service, enabling businesses to obtain an EV quickly and affordably, without a long-term commitment. 
EVs can be supplied for just three months, with flexible, easily extendable contracts, and quick and easy set-up and delivery. A new variable mileage allowance means that customers don’t need to worry about distances covered in their EV. 
To meet demand for cost-effective electric vehicles, DriveElectric’s FlexiHire service can also offer new or refurbished cars and vans. 
DriveElectric’s FlexiHire service is ideal for businesses that need electric cars or vans at short notice, or want to try out EVs before making a longer-term commitment. 
Examples of electric cars and vans that are available through DriveElectric’s FlexiHire service are as follows: 
Small electric van 
Renault Kangoo ZE 
£395 per month 
Medium electric van 
Peugeot e-Expert Long 
£795 per month 
Electric SUV 
Kia e-Niro 
£495 per month 
Electric SUV 
Skoda Enyaq iV 
£795 per month 
Electric saloon car 
Tesla Model 3 Long Range 
£695 per month 
All prices excluding VAT, and one month = 28 days. 
FlexiHire allows businesses to: 
• Choose from a range of small, medium or large vans or cars 
• Try electric cars and vans before buying 
• Quickly increase fleet capacity with low commitment 
• Take delivery of vans with livery and accessories 
• Choose from new and refurbished electric vehicle options 
• Eliminate costs for congestion charge, low emission and clean air zones 
• Reduce carbon footprint. 
Mike Potter, Managing Director, DriveElectric, says “Businesses can now get hold of electric cars and vans quickly, and without a long-term commitment, through our FlexiHire service. This can allow companies to try out EVs and experience their benefits, which - aside from zero tailpipe emissions - include saving money on running costs and on fees for congestion charge, low emission and clean air zones.” 
DriveElectric is an electric vehicle leasing company that has been helping organisations and individuals to adopt EVs to save money, lower emissions and transition to low carbon energy since 2008. DriveElectric aims to make the switch to electric cars and vans simple for business fleets. 
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