AmazingEV suggests a number of Finance and Insurance companies who are dedicated to helping EV’s Owners, helping to make buying easier.
These firms have recognised EV’s, and their buyers have different requirements and have created offerings tailored to meet the growing demand.
Having experienced this just recently, overall, the market is very open to EV financing and Insurance premiums are no higher than their ICE counterparts.
If you don’t have your own finance or insurance, AmazingEV can point you in the right direction.
New EV financing specialists make financing a new or used EV easy.
Here’s four options to check out when you are looking for EV finance. All provide similar terms to ICE vehicle finance, in particular, interest rates are comparable.
Other options include the preferred Finance company of the Brand you are buying from and Salary Sacrifice. New Australian Federal Government legislation means Salary Sacrifice is now a very attractive finance option.
The Author is not, or proports to be a financial advisor but is sharing experience from recently purchasing a used Tesla, finance provided by Volkswagen Finance. The Author does not receive or has been offered any incentive, financial or other to write this article.
Despite numerous articles suggesting EV Insurance is very expensive, for a variety of mostly, parts supply related issues. This is not my experience. Here’s four EV Insurers who are competitive and happy to help.
Traditional Insurers are embracing the EV Insurance market, as I have just discovered purchasing a Used 2022 Tesla Model Y. Premiums for comprehensive cover were comparable with a 2019 VW SUV!
The Over 50’s Insurers have also adopted EV’s, with the usual benefits afforded to this lower risk category!
Some of the better options are listed, with the Author declaring an interest as Qantas Insurance client.
“At the heart of the National Strategy will be a plan to improve affordability and choice for consumers by growing the Australian EV Market”.