Here is a list of maintenance items and facts about Hybrid/EV vehicles that can help extend the life of your car:
Both EVs and gas cars rely on brake fluid to modulate their binders. Flushing and replacing this fluid at regular intervals is a necessary service no matter your vehicle's powertrain. Brake pads are also something EV drivers need to keep an eye on. EV's wear through pads and rotors at a far slower rate than a gas car. Credit electric motors' regenerative braking function, which allows the motor to slow the vehicle by recovering its kinetic energy (and subsequently feeding that energy back into the battery pack). Though EVs still rely on their mechanical brakes, they tend to use them more infrequently, which subsequently puts less wear on pads and rotors.
Due to the extra weight of EVs (batteries are heavy), you may even have to replace them more frequently. Alignments are recommended every 2 years under normal driving conditions.