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Onto (Formally Evezy) offer Car Subscriptions purely for electric charging. Subscriptions can be taken for as little as a month but have limited vehicles due to the nature of their products/services.
They are quite a new company and recenty rebranded as ONTO.
ONTO offers easy online signup with a joining fee of £9.99. You will need to upload your driving licnece, proof of address and a Selfie.
Onto will run a DVLA licence check as their terms and conditions states that no one with more than 6 points can have a vehicle.
Cars can be collected or delivered, charges do apply.
You will require your smartphone to unlock, start and use your vehicle. No keys are supplied with the vehicle.
To change your subscription or end it, they require 5 working days notice or they may levy a charge.
Drivers must be over the age of 25 years old.
The initial signing up fee is £9.99, there is no administration charge or a refundable deposit with ONTO.
The monthly cost includes insurance, breakdown cover, maintenance, road fund licence and charging (Polar Plus included).
Excess mileage charges are between £0.08 and £0.18 ppm, but it is said that should you exceed 1,250 miles per month, your subscription may be cancelled and access revoked.
ONTO charge for delivery/collection.
If you receive a parking ticket a charge fo £10 is levied for the processing of the ticket.
Late payment charges are also levied, more can be found at: ONTO T&C’s
ONTO offers a restricted range of cars due to the Electric Only secter they are aiming for, these include, but not limited to:
ONTo require 5 working days notice to terminate the car subscription or a charge may be levied.
ONTO is really going to shake up the market with their electric only range and we can see this doing really well. Whilst prices are really good, long delivery times can be off putting for many customers.
The app based key isn’t going to be fore everyone, along with the telematics data.
Watch this space!
ONTO have a great USP, but it isn’t for everyone. Its a great way of trialling an electric car before fully committing. As more manufacturers release more fully electric cars, the company’s range will grow.