Elmo is a car subscription service based around a website and technology, aiming to allow you to select a vehicle online in minutes.
Elmo do not take a refundable deposit and customers can keep the vehicles as long as they like on a rolling monthly contract.
30 days notice is required to return the car.
Elmo’s basic package includes the car, fully comprehensive insurance, maintenance, breakdown cover and they even a make contribution to offset your carbon.
You can also add extra’s such as a home charger or additional mileage.
The signup has been streamlined and takes no longer than 5 minutes:
Pricing is extremely competitive and with no refundable deposits, this will be an attractive option for many.
When you order a vehicle online, users are asked to make a payment, this covers the following:
The standard package includes the following:
The basic mileage included is 800 miles, however, you can boost this up to 1,000 or 1,200 miles. Much lower than some of the other car subscription suppliers.
You can add additional items to your subscription, these include:
Elmo only offers fully electric vehicles at present from the following brands:
Elmo requires 30 days notice to end the subscription, this includes upgrading or downgrading your vehicle.
Elmo is really pushing for the electric vehicles to become part of everyday society, bundling everything up into one flexible car subscription. Added benefits are the home charging points and public charging memberships available at cost.
We love the fact that they make a donation to offset your carbon, this takes into account the manufacturing of an electric vehicle, so it great that Elmo have thought outside of the box.
We also love the fact that Elmo give you a physical key, this is a massive bonus over those that give you access via an awkward app that can be quite buggy.
Elmo’s goal is to help 30,000 people switch to an electric car by 2024, which is a fantastic ambition. The technology and the slick website will help aid this going forwards.