However as electric models become the norm, parts will become more widely available which could see costs tumble.
Ryan Fulthorpe, spokesperson for Go Compare said it was also taking some time to build up “data analysis” on driving behaviours of electric models.
Speaking to Express.co.uk, he said until prices drop, drivers must compare premiums carefully to find the best deals for lower running costs.
He said: “Electric vehicles are certainly becoming a more popular fuel type to drive in the UK, and with the UK Government’s plans to ban production of new petrol and diesel vehicles from 2030, more and more car and van manufacturers are committing to producing Electric models.
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