The Beast, our all-powerful electric task vehicle is right at home set amongst the ancient woodlands and wetlands of the Watatunga Wildlife Reserve. Founder Ed Pope explains why The Beast has delivered both behind the scenes and as part of the reserve’s electric tour fleet.Read more
Earlier this year, GRIDSERVE - a tech-enabled sustainable energy business - opened the world’s first Electric Forecourt® in Braintree, Essex. GRIDSERVE has developed a new ‘Sun-to-Wheel’ ecosystem that involves the creation of large-scale hybrid solar farms, an example of which is in Cirencester. A construction site where Electric Wheels’ electric utility vehicles (UTVs) have been deployed to support the site’s development.Read more
Wessex Fire & Rescue Service purchased an electric work buggy, The Worker from us back in early 2020. The team contacted us pre-pandemic looking for a fully electric 4x4 utility vehicle which they could use as a first response fire vehicle at large scale events and campsites.Read more
We've been getting sporty... well giving the vehicles a decent workout that is! Read what Run Sandringham and Suffolk Trail Fest had to say about our vehicles and our level of service.Read more
Matt Stone - Health and Safety Advisor with AD H&S Ltd, reviews his recent hire of the 2x2 Work Bike at Greenbelt Festival 2019.
David Cullum is Parks and Gardens Manager at the 11,000 acre Boughton House Estate in Northamptonshire, one of the seats of the Duke of Buccleuch.
Tim Walsingham is site manager at a large development of 450 new homes being built by house builder Abel Homes, a company with a long track record in creating highly sustainable, energy-efficient homes.
Retired Army officer Mike Gouldstone has found a new life assisting farmers in Norfolk to manage the population of deer on their land.Read more
Ben Wright is full-time grounds manager on a small residential estate in Norfolk. His work is varied, from maintenance of buildings, managing forestry, gardening and maintaining boundary fences.Read more
Not far from Cork in the beautiful Irish countryside is a new venture, founded by Cousins Dave Watson and Barry Walsh. Family business Killahora Orchards produces innovative and award-winning drinks from the fruit grown on 40 acres of south-facing slopes overlooking Fota Island.Read more