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How mileage works with Onto

October 01, 2020

 

All of Onto’s monthly subscriptions come with 1000 miles included. 

With EVs having more range and the charging network getting better and better, you can now enjoy driving many more miles with your Onto car by purchasing a mileage package. 

Our packages can give you 250, 500 or 750 extra miles to the 1000 miles you already have included in your monthly subscription - easily done.

How does the pricing work? 

The price will change depending on your car tier, as you can see below. Please note that these prices are different from our current ones and will be effective starting today. 

Car tier   Vehicles +250 miles +500 miles +750 miles Fee per mile 
without package (Overage)
Tier 1 Renault Zoe, Peugeot e-208 £20 £40 £75 £0.18
Tier 2  Nissan Leaf, BMW i3, Hyundai Ioniq, DS 3 Crossback E-Tense £30 £60 £105 £0.22
Tier 3 Tesla Model 3 SR+ £50 £100 £170

£0.30

Tier 4 Tesla Model 3 LR and Performance, Tesla Model S, Jaguar iPace £100 £200 £330 £0.50

 

You can upgrade your mileage package to suit your needs, with full flexibility to make changes online. 

If you don’t purchase a mileage package and go over the 1000 miles per month that are included, you will be charged the overage fee per mile which you can see in the table above. 

 
What happens to unused miles?

Both unused miles from your 1000 miles monthly allowance, and unused miles from any packages you purchase will be added to your account as mileage credit. You can use mileage credit on any future subscription months you take out, but please keep in mind that mileage credits will expire one year after they have been applied to your account. All this will be reflected on your account as well as on your Onto app. 

If you have mileage credit from previous months, you will see that your monthly subscription starts with more than 1000 miles. If you have purchased any mileage packages, these additional miles are reflected within your total miles available.

You can use mileage credits within the same car tier only. This means if you accumulate mileage with a car that belongs to Car Tier 1 (for example, a Renault Zoe) and you then swap to another tier (for example, a Tesla Model 3), you will not be able to use the mileage credits anymore. If you decide to swap back to the original car tier before your credits expire, then you will have access to use them again.

Here is an example of how you will see if any miles are expiring on your account:

How can I manage my miles package?

You will be able to manage this from the ‘My Account’ section on our website, where these packages are available to purchase and you will be able to see the miles you have left. Once purchased, the package will start instantly and will be charged to your next monthly payment. 

Here is an example of how it looks:

 

In the coming days, you will see your mileage allowance updated in the app, as well as My Account to reflect the addition of these new mileage credits. As we gather additional synthesis data from your car over the coming week, you may notice this fluctuate slightly, however, we expect this to stabilize within the coming fortnight. To see how many Mileage Credits are expiring this month, check My Account.

We have improved our mileage calculations to give you real-time updates through our app, but if something doesn't seem right, please do get in touch.
 

How many packages can I buy per month?

1 package per month. Unfortunately, if you go over your existing 1000 miles allowance and haven’t bought a mileage package and/or do not have mileage credits, you will be charged per mile (overage). Packages are non-refundable.

 

Have a question? Get in touch with us via [email protected]

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