ScottishPower has partnered with the AA to support electric vehicle (EV) drivers.
The new partnership will ensure that if anyone who buys an EV charger from ScottishPower is ‘out of charge’ when driving their EV, the AA will pick them up and take them to their nearest charge point or home – whichever is closer.
Anyone who purchases an EV home charger with ScottishPower can register for the free service from the AA.
Chris Carberry, Smart Solutions Director at ScottishPower, said: ‘At ScottishPower, our customers are at the heart of everything we do and we are delighted we can offer these additional services to hopefully help even more people make the switch to electric vehicles.
‘We’re on a journey to Net Zero and by working with a fantastic organisation such as the AA we can help make that transition easier and quicker.’
Gavin Franks, Business Services Director at the AA, added: ‘ScottishPower and the AA share a vision of a world powered by zero-emissions vehicles and we’re proud to help more drives switch to electric vehicles.
‘Supporting drivers is at the heart of everything we do at the AA and this includes giving more power to electric drivers. We hope this partnership with ScottishPower will make drivers even more confident about making the move to electric vehicles in the future.’