Thank you for responding to our survey your views will assist in making new primary legislation that would give us powers to introduce requirements to ensure that there is a sufficient charging infrastructure and appropriate consumer protections for electric vehicle drivers.
Closing date is 22 November 2021.
View all the questions
The survey provides questions based on user choice, a full copy of the questions is available (opens in a new window).
Print or save a copy of your response
At the end of this questionnaire, you may either print or save a copy of your response. The option appears after 'Submit your response'.
Save and continue option
You have an option to 'save and continue' your response at any time. If you do that you will be sent a link via email to allow you to continue your response where you left off.
It's vital you enter your correct email address as a mistake means you won't receive the link.
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Confidentiality and data protection
This Department for Transport (DfT) consultation is about gathering views to in making new primary legislation that would give us powers to introduce requirements to ensure that there is a sufficient charging infrastructure and appropriate consumer protections for electric vehicle drivers.
We are asking for:
- your name and email address, in case we need to ask you follow-up questions about your responses (you do not have to give us this personal information, but if you do provide it, we will use it only for the purpose of asking follow-up questions)
- whether you are representing an organisation or yourself
- whether as an individual you own an electrical vehicle and the type of vehicle to better understand your personal implications
- the type of work of your organisation in order to better understand your relationship with the issue
Your personal data is processed on behalf of DfT by Smartsurvey, with respect that they run the survey collection software only, your personal data will not be shared with any other third parties, even those employed for the purpose of analysis.
We will not use your name or other personal details that could identify you when we report the results of the consultation. Any information you provide through the online questionnaire will be moved to our internal systems within 2 months of the consultation end date. The information will be kept securely and destroyed within 12 months of the closing date, with the exception of information and evidence of the Public Sector Equality Duty.