Win £750 with Go Ultra Low

What would you do with £750? That’s the amount you could save in fuel each year by switching to an electric car because they cost as little as 2p per mile to run, and next Friday we’re giving you the chance to win a years’ worth of savings!

What would you do with £750? That’s the amount you could save in fuel each year by switching to an electric car because they cost as little as 2p per mile to run, and next Friday we’re giving you the chance to win a years’ worth of savings!

On Friday 13th November, we’ll be driving through London in an electric car with a suitcase full of cash. If you follow our journey online and track us to our secret destination, you could be in with a chance of winning the money. Keep a close eye on the Go Ultra Low Facebook and Twitter pages over the next few days for more details.


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