The East of England has modern road links with the rest of the country and, via Harwich ferry port, the continent. London Stansted Airport has good road links to destinations in the region.
Although having little motorway, there are major dual carriageways into the region – the M11 and A12 from London, the A14 and A47 from the Midlands. The £1.5bn A14 Cambridge to Huntingdon improvements include a new bypass to the south of Huntingdon and upgrades to 21 miles of the A14 easing congestion at peak times.
The A11 is now completely dualled, so there is now two lane road to Norwich.
There are many bus services to and in East Anglia, with National Express coach services running from London to major destinations including Cambridge, Ipswich, Norwich and Great Yarmouth.
Auto Trader have produced a useful map with a full breakdown of EV charging points around the UK.
For information on Changing Places toilets, please check here to see where they are located in the East or on your travel to the region.