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Electric Wheels

Client since 2019

Norfolk-based Electric Wheels is the leading UK company offering all-terrain electric utility vehicles and motorbikes for long-term and short-term hire for use in the agriculture, tourism conservation, event management, estate management and recreation sectors, as well as for sale.

Established in 2019, their electric utility vehicles have been delivered as far as the Scottish Highlands, and even further afield to the Falkland Islands.  Excited by the rapid growth and innovation in the world of electric transport, the company aims to help clients in their quests to meet their 'Sustainability Charters'. 

 

Client News

Chris Hurdle of Electric Wheels

PRESTIGIOUS ROYAL HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY FLOWER SHOWS TAKE A BIG STEP TOWARDS ALL-ELECTRIC TRANSPORT THANKS TO NORFOLK COMPANY

20th Apr 2022

The UK’s top three flower shows will be quieter and even greener this year after their organisers decided to opt...

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Dorrington House snow plough

ENVIRONMENTALLY-FRIENDLY SNOW PLOUGH COMES TO THE RESCUE OF SNOW-BOUND WATTON CARE HOMES

8th Feb 2021

Two care homes in Watton where staff were struggling with snow-bound car parks this morning were rescued by a local...

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Fliss Cleverley and Andrew Mount of Keith Mount Liming conducting soil samples from electric work bikes 2

NORFOLK COMPANY ENJOYS GROWING NATIONAL REPUTATION FOR PROVIDING ELECTRIC UTILITY VEHICLES TO AGRICULTURAL SECTOR

11th May 2020

A Norfolk company which pioneered electric utility vehicles in the event management sector has begun to build a national reputation...

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Electric Wheels MD Chris Hurdle with one of the new electric work buggies

NEW ELECTRIC WORK BUGGIES JOIN GROUND-BREAKING HIRE FLEET

9th Sep 2019

A Norfolk business which is gaining a national reputation in the all-electric utility vehicles market has added a powerful new...

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Chris Hurdle of Electric Wheels

NEW NORFOLK BUSINESS PLUGGING INTO ELECTRIC VEHICLE TREND

5th Apr 2019

A new Norfolk business is aiming to capitalise on the burgeoning electric vehicle market by being the first in the...

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