Would The ZAP Xebra Pay For Itself In London?Matt Hardigree1/03/08 11:15amFiled to: NewscongestionXebraZAP XebraElectric CarsLondonParkingZap21EditPromoteShare to KinjaToggle Conversation toolsGo to permalinkWe previously mentioned that the Zap Xebra Electric Dorkmobile was headed to England. With congestion pricing in effect in London, electric cars are exempt and get drastically cheaper parking. Further, there are free charging stations located around London that theoretically provide free fuel. Assuming a 260 day work year at $55 a day parking plus a $16 a day congestion toll and $12 per day on fuel, you get $21,580 a year for a petrol-powered auto. With no congestion toll, free fuel and just a $1.54 a day parking fee the cost is only $400 a year. Subtract $400 from $21,580 and you get approximately the cost of two ZAPs. Looking like a dork saves money! Full press release below the jump.