New electric car leasing customers
The financial stuff
Insuring your electric car with Flow
Charging your electric car
No, there’s really no need. It's recommended that you keep the state of charge at around 80% or lower, to maintain battery health.
Existing electric car leasing customers
Don’t worry – you can keep using the car. You’ll need to pay an excess mileage charge, though, which is a pence-per-mile figure. You’ll agree the amount at the start of the lease and you’ll need to pay it when you give the car back.
It can range from as little as 5 pence-per-mile for smaller cars, up to 50 pence-per-mile for premium vehicles. It’ll also be higher if you have a maintenance package as it covers maintenance costs for the extra mileage.
If you know you’re going to go over your mileage then get in touch with your lease company. You can often raise your mileage monthly payments during your lease period.