Right up your street
The stats may not show a direct link between generic public charging and EV sales to people without driveways – but there are more and more chargers being installed that are specifically designed to be used by nearby residents. Whether built into the kerbside like Connected Kerb, pop up out of the pavement on demand like the chargers from Urban Electric, or are built into lamp posts like Char.gy or ChargeLight it can be the right solution if you have them in your area.
There are so many networks up and running and in the market already – check Zap Map to find out about them, and get their app for an easy way to find which charger is where, and even whether it’s available at any given time.
Ride the super-rapids
At the other end of the public charging scale there are the super-rapids; the rapidly expanding networks of chargers on main routes and at charging hubs that can zap hundreds of miles into your battery (or at least as many as you car will take) in the time it takes to take a comfort break and down a skinny latte. There are too many options to list here, but as usual, Zap-Map have both the app to find them on the fly, and the web page to tell you all about them.