Most drivers charge their cars overnight at home using a dedicated EV charging point. Tariffs tend to be cheaper overnight, making the most of your fuel savings. If you don't have a suitable place to charge your car at home, you can use public charging points.
There are plenty of places where you can top up your EV. New charging points are being installed in hotels, car parks, shopping centres, gyms, and supermarkets. Some of these charging points are free, while others require payment based on how long you leave your car to charge.
Where your journey is longer than the range of your car, you can charge at a service station. Charging points at service stations tend to be 'rapid chargers' getting you back on the road in less than 45 minutes. Different national networks run these stations, including Tesla, Instavolt, and Osprey. Most access contactless payment, so the entire process is straightforward. The Zap Map shows your nearest public charging points.