So, you decided to make the switch, trading in your trusty internal combustion engine for a zero-emission plug-in, or low-emission plug-in hybrid. Well done!

You probably already know a lot about the advantages of electric vehicle for the environment, but you still need to fit driving an electric vehicle into your daily routine.

When it comes to keeping your electric vehicle charged and ready for the road you can rely on the experts at Chargers Direct to supply and install a charging solution to suit your car, your budget and your lifestyle.

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Why Are Chargers Direct Customers Some Of The Happiest In The Industry?

  • We guide you through the process of installing a charging solution at your premises. If you are purchasing a new car, ask the dealership to book an install with us direct. We will liaise with the dealership, taking the worry and stress away from you. In most cases our products and services can be bundled in with your vehicle finance. This means no upfront, out of pocket expenses.

  • Chargers Direct customers can rest assured that all workmanship is covered by a full 2 year guarantee. Also, should a fault occur with a product still covered under manufacturer warranty (not workmanship related), we will replace it straight away and follow up the manufacturer behind the scenes. This way, you are never left without a way of charging your EV.

  • Our team of highly skilled electricians have more than five decades of experience combined, in both residential and commercial environments. We pride ourselves on quality workmanship and presentation, and will always leave your premises as we found it.

  • All Chargers Direct customers enjoy comprehensive after-sales support for their products. We walk our customers through the functions of their new charger in an easy-to-understand manner. Should you require a phone app to make the most of your charger or networking advice in order to add your charger to your IoT ecosystem, we can assist to ensure everything works as it should.

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