Hertz Presents 17 European Road Trips Perfect for EV Drivers


Those who feared that the rise of the electric vehicle would mean the end of the road trip can now rejoice as Hertz has done the math and found 17 scenic, idyllic and scenic driving routes across Europe ideal for the latest vehicles. shout.

The routes take adventurers through the UK, Germany, Switzerland, Spain, France, Italy and the Benelux region on EV-friendly journeys that will show you some of the towns and landmarks best known in Western Europe.

There are, for example, two circuits in the UK, one of which runs from East Devon to Dorset along 95 miles (153 km) of what is known as the Jurassic Coast. Famous for its dinosaur fossils from the Triassic, Jurassic and Cretaceous periods, drivers will be able to see many of the landmarks of England’s only natural World Heritage Site when stopping at one of 21 EV charging points on along the route.

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In Germany, meanwhile, drivers will be able to visit castles at locations along three different road routes that either pass through the Black Forest, the medieval walled towns of Bavaria and Baden-Württemberg, or follow in the footsteps of the Brothers Grimm .

A 994-mile (1,600 km) road trip in Switzerland will give road trippers a chance to see the Matterhorn, Geneva and the Abbey of Saint Maurice, while drivers can charge their EVs at over 300 chargers along the way .

In Spain, Hertz has recommendations for those who want to see the famous cities of Barcelona or Valencia, or who want to visit the birthplace of Pablo Picasso, Malaga. In France, there are trips along the French Riviera or the Alps depending on your preference.

In Italy, road trippers can visit the Emilia-Romagna region, home to the country’s most famous culinary culture. They can also tour the Amalfi Coast or see northern Italy to visit Monza and stop at one of the 596 EV chargers on the route.

Finally, Hertz recommends EV drivers visit Amsterdam, Rotterdam, Eindhoven and Utrecht as part of a tour of the Netherlands, where they’ll have the opportunity to stop at more than 2,559 chargers along the way. . Chocolate addicts, meanwhile, can visit Ghent, Brussels, Liège and Luxembourg City on their Belgium and Luxembourg tour.

You can read more about these road trip recommendations on Hertz’s website and they should help remind Europeans, at least, that EVs and adventure aren’t mutually exclusive.

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