The average Welsh driver spends about six months sitting in a traffic jam through their entire motoring life, according to a new poll for AA Tyres, the AA’s mobile tyre fitting service.
That’s enough time to backpack half-way around the world.
The Department for Transport has proposed a change in legislation that will allow UK operators to use trucks that run on gas fuels without having to apply for special dispensation.
It wants to enable trucks powered by hydrogen, Compressed Natural Gas and Liquefied Natural Gas to be used on UK roads without additional authorisation, as long as they have been type-approved to the relevant fuel system safety and emissions standards.
A Jaguar XF Sportbrake will go on sale next year.
It will have the same powertrain as the saloon but offer high rear headroom and much more luggage space.
Ten new electric vehicles will be launched by Mercedes-Benz by 2025 in a bid to become the global leader in EV technology, Daimler CEO Dieter Zetsche said in the Paris show.
The new models underpin the automaker’s aim for electric cars to account for between 15 percent and 25 percent of its global sales by 2025.
Toyota will not fit a new diesel engine it is developing in its C-HR crossover.
The 1.5-litre three-cylinder diesel was due to be offered in the C-HR in Europe but the crossover will be sold only with gasoline and hybrid powertrains and the diesel will be kept for other markets.