Parking provider Q-Park is now offering electric car owners who are members of the Polar plus charging network a 20 percent discount across all its 75 UK and Ireland car parks. All they need to do is pre-book online.
The firm has already installed Chargemaster’s Polar EV charge stations at 14 city centre car parks; Q-Park head of sales and marketing John Denton said the new EV discount was part of its commitment to a green agenda that it’s been running for several years now.
Chargemaster chief executive David Martell added that it “makes driving an electric vehicle an even more attractive proposition for more people”.
How does the Q-Park electric car discount work?
To take up the Q-Park 20 percent EV discount, Polar plus members should visit www.q-park.co.uk/pre-book and enter a special code provided to them as part of their membership.
Pre-booked prices are often already discounted, but this will take another 20 percent off the checkout price.
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It’s not the only EV-specific offer Q-Park is running, either. A 50 percent discount on season tickets for electric cars can, says the firm, “reduce the cost of unlimited annual car park season tickets in London by £2,400”.
If they want to charge up at the same time, electric charge points are located at the following Q-Park facilities:
- London Burlington
- London Chinatown
- London Harley Street
- Leicester Square
- Marble Arch
- Oxford Street
- Park Lane
- Trafalgar Square
- London Soho
- Birmingham Brindleyplace
And how much does Polar plus membership cost? £7.85 a month, which gives unlimited access to over 5,000 charging points. 80 of them are free to use, adds Chargemaster.