Tusker has announced 240 new accounts signed up between January and June.

These 240 new accounts have seen over 180,000 new employees gain access to Tusker’s car benefits provision, with an overall total of more than 1,500,000 drivers who can now access the scheme.

Tusker, which has been part of the Lloyds banking group since February this year, has delivered more than 8,500 brand-new vehicles in the six-month period.

This brings its overall fleet size to more than 29,000 vehicles for the first time. Of these, 86% of electric vehicles – more than 6900, were delivered.

Paul Gilshan, CEO of Tusker said:

“More than 1.5 million people now have access to a cheaper way to drive greener cars via salary sacrifice, including many who otherwise wouldn’t be able to afford to drive electric via traditional PCP or PCH leases.

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“With 67% of our fleet and 86% of our new deliveries now pure electric, Tusker’s schemes prove that driving a brand new, environmentally friendly vehicle is possible for the majority of motorists across the country.”

“We are well on our way to achieving Net Zero by the end of 2030, and to do so knowing that we are also helping motorists to drive both sustainably and affordably, is a mark of success.”

At the same time, Tusker also holds the CPC framework agreement which allows it to work with public sector bodies, including NHS trusts, ambulance services as well as many police forces, fire services, councils, housing associations and armed forces.

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