Your very own electric car at a fair price
Pay by the month for your fair car subscription service, which comes with comprehensive insurance, taxes, servicing, tyres and energy credit. Lease your Teleboy runabout for six or 12 months now.
Term and costs
Term | The minimum contract period is six months. The subscription will automatically renew at the end of this period. The cancellation period is one month.
Costs | The registration fee plus the first two months must be paid upfront. You will then receive an annual invoice, which you can pay in instalments. If you drive more than 1000 km per month on average, you will be charged a flat-rate fee of CHF 0.25 per extra kilometre.
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Renault ZOE Zen
|One-off registration fee||CHF 299.–||CHF 299.–|
|Monthly fee||CHF 399.–||CHF 549.–|
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|Move charging credit (for 12-month minimum contracts)||value of CHF 500.– included||value of CHF 750.– included|
We will register your vehicle with the Road Traffic Office of your canton of residence. Your name will appear on the registration certificate, which you need in order to apply for a Blue Zone parking disc, etc. You can then pick up your car from one of our partner garages and drive away there and then.
Servicing and repairs
Service checks are included in the monthly fee and will be carried out by our partner garage. They can also do any repairs you might need. Naturally if you are in an accident and your repairs are covered by the insurance, the garage can take care of that work as well.
How am I insured?
To ensure you have fully comprehensive cover, car insurance is included in the cost of our vehicle lease. The vehicle is fully covered by our insurance partner Allianz.All you need to know about insurance
How do I charge my car at home?
Home charging is the most convenient and cheapest way to charge the battery, especially if you have a charging station, also known as a wallbox, installed at home. You can also charge your vehicle from a standard plug socket using a home charging cable. But since it takes a very long time to charge via the cable and domestic sockets are not generally designed for such high loads over long periods of time, we recommend having a wallbox installed if you plan to charge your vehicle at home frequently.
Where can I go to charge the vehicle?
Public charging stations are opening all over Switzerland – there is excellent national coverage with a reliable network. This includes many floor-mounted charging points in addition to charging points at petrol stations. Many hotels, restaurants and cafés also have charging points in their car parks. We’re offering users charging credit of between CHF 500 and CHF 750.Find your nearest charging point here.
Benefits of e-mobility
- Low-emission and low-noise travel with the Swiss electricity mix
- Free and fast charging with high-power charging, where available
- Fast acceleration and high energy efficiency
- Low maintenance costs and free parking when charging at public charging stations
- You will be entering a new era of mobility