Electrify your fleet
Drive growth, cut costs, and embrace the future of mobility
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Here’s what to expect with this 5-7 minute application
- Questions to help us learn about your business
- Secure evaluation of your cash flow for qualification
- Secure confirmation of sufficient balance
- Motor vehicle check
- Review pricing and vehicle selection here
- Please have your driver’s license and banking information ready
Questions? Please email email@example.com
With leases built for high mileage taxi, car rental, and corporate/company vehicle use, we make it easy to scale with popular electric vehicles.
Make the switch to Spring Free EV to lower your total costs and increase your profit margins.
To qualify, companies must have a business license and pass a business health check.
Review pricing & vehicle selection on our Shop page
How it works
We use a monthly pay-per-mile subscription model. Our prices are the lowest in the category
- Customers pay a monthly base rate that includes 1,800 – 2,000 miles/month
- Above the included miles, we charge $0.08-$0.31 per mile
Why Spring Free EV
Optimize capital with low upfront fees
Cut maintenance costs by up to 50-60%
Tax deductible lease payments
Our vehicles can not be used as a personal vehicle. At this time we only offer commercial leases which require a business license to qualify.
Electric vehicles (EVs) cut maintenance costs by having fewer moving parts, simplified maintenance routines (e.g. no oil changes), longer-lasting brakes, improved battery technology for longer lifespan, and utilizing remote monitoring for proactive maintenance. These factors lead to significantly reduced maintenance expenses compared to traditional vehicles.
Companies like Hertz estimate that they save 50-60% on maintenance by switching to electric vehicles. This in turn allows them to increase their profit margins.
On average, it costs $10-$30 to go from empty to full, depending on the kind of charger used. That cost is even lower if you’re able to charge at home – dropping down to $6 on average.
For comparison, it costs gas vehicles $46-$57 on average to fill up.
We’re a seasoned group of entrepreneurs with rich backgrounds in mobility (Tesla, Sidecar, Getaround, Revel), renewable energy finance (Sunrun, Mosaic), and structured finance (Morgan Stanley, Rabobank).
Our partners include Tesla, General Motors, Dun & Bradstreet, Recurrent, Black Book, Cox Automotive, Plaid, and RVI Group.