Which fuel should I choose.
- Petrol: Often for short trips on the road and do you not do too many kilometers annually? Then a petrol car is probably the best for you. Especially since they get up to temperature faster, they are better for short trips. Maintenance and purchase are also usually cheaper than with its counterparts.
- Diesel: If you do some more kilometers in a year and you mainly drive on highways, then a diesel car will suit you better. They have a lower consumption and last longer on average. They are slightly more expensive than their petrol counterpart and take a little longer to get up to temperature, making them less suitable for short distances. Although they have a bad reputation for the climate, this is certainly far from the truth with the latest generations.
- Hybrid: Do you often drive in the city and short distances? Then a hybrid car could be something for you. At low speed you consume the electricity and when you have to drive a little faster, the fuel engine jumps in. Once you use the latter one, it will also recharge the battery. You can also opt for the newer plug-in hybrid so that you can plug it in and it has a higher range. They are of course slightly more expensive than their more traditional diesel and petrol partners.
- Electrical cars: Often described as the car for the future and is certainly interesting if you have to travel short distances or if you live in a city, for example. They are ecologically the best solution, although you should always check whether you are using green electricity, otherwise they are a little less attractive for the climate! You can simply charge it at home or via one of the charging points. With our Hybrid Card you can enjoy a network of +200,000 locations spread across Europe.
- Gas-powered car LNG / CNG: These have less polluting emissions and are cheaper at the pump. You also have a great radius to drive. The installation is quite expensive as a start-up cost, but given that it is cheaper at the pump, you ensure a cheaper option in the long term. But especially a cheaper option if you are going to drive several kilometers. This seemed like the solution to reduce your ecological footprint and was also not too expensive. However, recent studies show that this fuel is also reasonably polluting for the environment, thanks to the extraction.