Ride hailing app Free Now to make electric cars default option in UK

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Free Now has switched to make electric cars the default option on its app | Credit: Free Now
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Free Now has switched to make electric cars the default option on its app | Credit: Free Now

Pledge forms part of plan to ensure all cars and taxis on its app are 'zero emission capable' by 2025

Ride hailing service Free Now has started to offer electric cars as the default first option for customers ahead of petrol or diesel vehicles, as it last week pledged to ensure every vehicle on its UK...

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