Road Trip Club has come up with this west coast route especially for electric cars and it’s complete with chargers along the way. In total the route is 300 miles and will take six hours without stopping. However, even without taking into consideration the charging time, you’d want to stop for the night on the way to make sure you have enough time for the activities mentioned!
We’ve specifically chosen remote parts of Britain to drive through because what’s a road trip without a bit of a challenge? It also takes you between two fantastic eco locations where you can spend the day learning more about sustainability in an interesting way.
What’s wonderful news for electric car drivers’ is the number of holiday homes and hotels that now offer electric car charging included with your stay, and particularly in more remote locations this can be a lifesaver. There is one problem with driving to these sorts of places in an electric car though, and it’s that you can’t always rely on the EV charging network. So be prepared and always check that there’s a backup within your range if it does turn out something isn’t working as you expected!