EV chargepoints need to be accessible, say disabled people

Motability and Designability publish user engagement study

Mark Moran
24 August 2021
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A lack of accessibility and cost is deterring disabled people from purchasing electric vehicles (EVs), suggest the initial findings of a project being run by the charities Motability and Designability. The charities have published findings from the user engagement phase of a project to make EV charging infrastructure in the UK accessible to disabled people.

Throughout the engagement process, the charities heard views such as: “I did want an EV this time round, but the lack of...

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