Your Trusted Electric Vehicle Servicing Experts

Dedicated to Electric Vehicles (EVs) in Shropshire, Shrewsbury, Telford, and Newtown, Mid-Wales. Electric vehicles, also known as BEVs (Battery Electric Vehicles) or EVs, typically require less maintenance than traditional petrol or diesel vehicles. However, they are not without maintenance needs. Regular checks of essential safety features and battery health by certified technicians are crucial.

JT Hughes, we are committed to providing unparalleled care for your electric car throughout Shropshire, Shrewsbury, Telford, and Newtown, Powys.

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What Makes an EV Car Service Different?
Less parts
Electric cars need fewer maintenance or repair needs, simplifying the task of keeping your electric vehicle in prime condition.
No More Oil Changes
Petrol and diesel engines require premium oils to run smoothly, whereas fully electric vehicles don’t. That’s one less thing to worry about.
Save Money
Electric vehicles don’t require components like oil filters, spark plugs, timing belts, and chains. Saving you money.
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Electric car servicing for all makes & models in Shropshire & Mid-Wales
Regularly following your EV’s servicing schedule is vital for its safety and efficiency. Opting for JT Hughes for your electric car servicing in Shropshire and Mid Wales not only helps maintain your warranty but also ensures your vehicle is in prime condition.

We Specialise in:
Kia Electric Car Servicing
Honda Electric Car Servicing
Hyundai Electric Car Servicing
KGM Electric Car Servicing
Popular questions about electric cars
How do I charge my EV?

There are a three main types of EV charge point (slow, fast and rapid) as well as a number of charging connectors, some of which are suitable for a particular EV. Check out Zap-Map’s EV Charging Guides for a comprehensive ‘how to’ guide for all the main EV models.

What EV models are available from JT Hughes ?

JT Hughes sells brand new electric and hybrid models from Kia, Honda, Hyundai, Isuzu, Xbus and KGM as well as all makes and models from our used car inventory.

Do EVs drive differently from conventional vehicles?

Driving an electric car certainly feels different the first time round. Most notably an electric car is almost silent, with noise from the motor only noticeable at speed, and traditional wind and tyre noise created. Other than that, EVs drive in a similar way to conventional car with an automatic transmission, and are very easy to drive. But better than an automatic, they have lots of ‘torque’ from a standing start, which means that they are very responsive with even standard EV models having quick acceleration.

Are EVs as safe to drive as other vehicles?

According to the results of crash testing conducted for all cars and vans, yes. EVs have to adhere to the same safety regulations as conventional vehicles – note however that quadricycles like the Renault Twizy are not covered by the same testing regimes. Many of the UK’s best-selling EVs have been awarded five stars by independent safety body EuroNCAP.

However, it should be said that there have been a small number of fires from lithium batteries, most notably involving the Tesla Model S in the United States. However, Tesla has published in-depth data to show that the incidences of fires is no greater than for conventional cars (which may be reported less frequently).


How much does a journey in an EV cost?

The answer is typically ‘less than in a petrol or diesel car’ as fuel costs for a petrol or diesel car are usually in the range 10-15 p/mile, and only 3-4 p/mile for a home-charged pure-EV. Because of the variety of models available, each will have different costs per trip, depending on where it is charged, and how efficient the EV is compared to other electric models. Please visit

How far can a typical EV travel on a single charge?

Most new EVs have a real-world range of somewhere between 80-250 miles, depending on the model. Small, city-focused cars sit at the lower end of the range spectrum, with many family models easily able to cover 110-180 miles on a single charge, though there are an increasing number that can cover 200-250 miles. Premium models, like the Kia, Hyundai, Tesla range or Jaguar I-Pace, can cover 250-300+ miles on a full battery. ( model dependent) 

Depending on the model, PHEVs are able to drive 15-40 miles in electric only mode. However, when the conventional petrol or diesel engine is used, PHEVs have a range that can easily exceed 500 miles when using both fuels.

Range-extended EVs tend to offer the same amount of range as a pure-EV on electric power, but then can call on a small combustion engine to extend the range. This typically adds another 100 miles or so, with an overall range (using both fuels) of 200-250 miles.

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