New research shows that the Cairngorms and Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Parks have no fewer than 54 and 40 charging points respectively
Based on the number of points per park and the average number of annual visitors in EVs, those figures position them as the two most EV-friendly parks in the UK.
On average, a national park in the UK has 21 public charging points.
“Given the significant rise in EV ownership, and the current preference among many people to spend their holidays and leisure time in the UK, it’s good to see a trend of investment in EV infrastructure across our national parks,” says John Clark, Chairman of the John Clark Motor Group and The Electric Car Store.
“It’s particularly pleasing to see Scotland ahead of the game in this respect – the easier we make it to own and run an EV, the quicker we will realise the full potential of this driving transition.”
Read more over on Zap Map.