Yes. You can do so via a domestic three-pin socket or with a dedicated fast-charging wallbox.
Unless strictly necessary (i.e., your car’s battery is regularly depleted through constant use), you shouldn’t charge your EV every night. Please consult your car’s user manual for battery charging recommendations – or, contact your nearest Baylis showroom for advice.
In the UK alone, at one of more than 42,000 charge points, in 15,500-plus locations.
Depending on the size of the battery and its usage, you can expect it to function efficiently for anywhere between 10 and 20 years.
Again, this depends on the size of your car’s battery and the power rating of the connector. Please refer to the aforementioned Zap-Map calculator, which also gives a guide to prices.
This will depend on the vehicle in question. Once fully charged, the smallest EV in the Vauxhall range, the Corsa-e, offers a maximum 220-mile range, while the largest, the Vivaro-e, is capable of up to 143 miles.