EV Charging Cables
One of the most important elements of owning an Electric Vehicle is the ability to charge so choosing the right charging cable is crucial.
Arriving at an Electric Charging point with the wrong cable could cause anxiety and stress, so avoid the frustrating moments by purchasing the correct charging cables.
Our affiliate partners, EV King provide all types of electric car charging cables to make sure you can always charge your electric vehicle.
All of the EV Cables include:
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Frequently Asked Questions
When you purchase, lease or subscribe to an electric vehicle, the cable that usually comes supplied with the car will be approximately 5m long. This could cause many issues for EV drivers who have restricted charging conditions.
Our affiliates offer cable lengths up to 15m and 20m for various cars, cable lengths can be found on our categories page.
Yes, many of the EV charging cables can be different with different charging connections, charging speeds and lengths.
There are also different types of charging cable such as tethered charging cables, standard charging cables and portable charging cables.
Connections can be different with type 1, type 2, CSS and CHAdeMO available.
Yes, EV Charging Cables can be expensive and due to the voltage running through the cables, we really would recommend not cutting corners due to costs.
Other factors that make the EV chargers expensive are the materials used in the cables and that they are generally made in low volumes.
Yes, you are able to run your EV charging cable across a pavement or walkway.
But as it could cause a potential hazard due to tripping or falling over. This could attract a personal injury claim, something you’d want to avoid.
If you do have to place your EV charging cable across the pavement, make sure you remove it once your car is charged.
Another idea is to use a cover for your charging cable, a rugged cover made from rubber or plastic can be easily purchased from Amazon or other retailers, it is also a good idea to get one with yellow warning stripes.
The national average for an EV charger to be fitted at your home is £800. Costs can vary depending on the complexity of the install or smart features of the charger.
Take a look at our EV Chargers Services page for more information.