Plug-in Hybrids can save you money in many ways. Firstly, there’s their impressive fuel-efficiency. With a fully charged battery (which can cost less than 4€ from a domestic socket), the Toyota RAV4 Plug-in Hybrid can travel up to 100 km on as little as 1 litre of fuel.
Also, their very low CO2 emissions often result in road and company car tax discounts and bonuses as well as exemption from city centre charges. And due to less wear to parts such as brake pads and discs, they can be cheaper to maintain too.
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