How Does an Electric Car Subscription Work? Three Benefits to Consider
Updated: Jan 10
Stressing at the thought of spending hours researching different electric vehicles, then using up your whole weekend browsing car lots? We feel the same way. Buying or leasing an EV is a big commitment, and it can be a grueling process to make sure you pick the right one.
It’s time for a new way to drive electric: welcome to the world of EV subscriptions.
First, what is an electric car subscription? It’s a convenient way to start driving an EV without the long-term commitment of buying or leasing. You simply pay a flat monthly fee that typically includes charging, maintenance, and liability insurance. So, how does it work?
At Evoke, we have an easy 3-step signup process:
Apply and get approved
Choose your membership tier, term length, and vehicle
Select your car delivery date
Once your membership is activated, we coordinate a free home charger installation on your delivery date so you can start driving right away. Not convinced that a car subscription is right for you? Here are three benefits to consider:
1. It offers the most flexibility.
Don’t want to commit to a 2-year lease contract? No problem, you can subscribe to an EV for as few as six months. Decide you like a different EV better? Just schedule a vehicle swap for your next renewal date. There are pros and cons to buying, leasing, or subscribing, but one thing is certain: EV subscriptions provide the most flexible options for our constantly-changing world.
2. It can save you money.
Rising gas prices aside, our subscriptions include insurance, home charging stations, and regular maintenance, which can help you track your spending and reduce unexpected charges. At Evoke, our membership also includes access to free charging at partner charging stations.
3. It can help reduce your carbon footprint.
Research has shown that electric cars are better for the environment because EVs have no tailpipe emissions. In just a year, one electric car on the road can save an average of 1.5 million grams of CO2. Even accounting for electricity emissions from charging, research shows that an EV is usually responsible for lower levels of greenhouse gases than the average new gasoline car.
Interested in signing up for an EV subscription? Get on our waitlist to secure your place in line today.