The Ultra Low Emission Zone is set to grow in London in just over a week’s time. On 25th October 2021, millions of drivers will be affected when charges will apply to vehicles used within an expanded radius in the capital.

As the ULEZ expands to include the North and South Circular area, it means that cars, motorcycles, and other vehicles that don’t meet the emission requirements will need to pay a daily charge of £12.50 when driving within this zone, which will make travelling to work a lot more expensive for some.

Based on an average working year being 261 days, if you commute by car to the office and need to pay the additional ULEZ charge, you could be looking at an additional bill of £3,262.50. And that’s before you’ve even added the additional cost of petrol, tax, additional servicing, and parking to the equation too.

London Ultra Low Emission Zone expansion

Super Soco are proud to offer an alternative and more environmentally friendly option for commuters, making electric vehicles affordable that are fully infrastructure ready thanks to the removable lithium-ion batteries that can be charged from any standard 3-pin UK plug socket in just 3-4 hours.

With a range of options for riders that start at just £2,249.00 for the CUx moped, expanding to £4,699 for the class leading CPx scooter, or £4,249.00 for the TC Max electric motorcycle. We’re delighted to be able to help commuters reduce costs and travel times and, with affordable finance packages available starting at just 8.9% APR, making the switch to electric easier than ever.

With clean air zones being implemented across our major cities, now is the right time to consider a new and more sustainable way to travel. Discover our electric range for yourself at your nearest Super Soco dealership.

You can find out if the ULEZ expansion will affect your current vehicle here.