Recharge your batteries: AA and Chargemaster to install EV charge points in 4,000 hotels and B&Bs

Madeleine Cuff
AA president Edmund King and the Chargemaster rapid charger | Credit: Chargemaster

AA president Edmund King and the Chargemaster rapid charger | Credit: Chargemaster

Britain set to enjoy Bank Holiday breaks powered by EVs following new deal to install charge points in guest houses around the country

Some 4,000 British hotels and Bed & Breakfasts (B&Bs) will be offered the chance to install an electric vehicle charging point at no extra cost, thanks to a new offer from the AA and Chargemaster announced...

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