If you’re getting an electric vehicle and have off-street parking, it will make sense to get a home car charger.
They represent a significant investment, but the ability to charge faster is not only more convenient; it will also help you make the most of cheap electricity tariffs and could pay for itself in a few years. Even compared to a three-pin plug.
It’s safer than relying on a traditional socket too, as you’ll have a circuit which is protected by breakers and other electronics to make sure nothing overheats or gets damp. But which is the best home EV charger? We have a full guide to them here if you’d like more detail, but there is a summary below.