An additional £7.5m to help Welsh businesses including the automotive sector build resilience in order to cope with the challenges of Brexit was announced by Economy Secretary, Ken Skates.
The £7.5m, which is part of the Welsh Government’s £50m EU Transition Fund, will be used over the next three years to help companies develop the new expertise and processes they will need in order to thrive, post Brexit.
MORE TH>N Car Insurance says one in 10 parents has hit another car due to school run stress and a quarter of parents think driving their kids to school is as stressful or more stressful than buying a house.
Kids don’t like the school run either, with 48% saying it’s stressful, too and there is usually a daily argument with a parent in the car.
Personal data gathered from users of connected and autonomous vehicles is a valuable commodity but there is currently no standard for who should have it and how it would be used.
Drivers have told AXA and Burges Salmon law-firm they are concerned about car companies holding it but would be happy to share if it improved road safety.
Used car stock shortages are leading traders to downgrade the condition of stock they would normally buy for retail, says the Vehicle Remarketing Association.
Reports are widespread, said the organisation, of traders who would normally only acquire grade one or two cars settling for grade three and then spending money to bring them up to the desired condition, which is overall raising the standards of used models.
Almost everyone living in a city in the European Union is breathing air that is harmful to their health, according to a new report by the European Environment Agency.
Road transport is a major source of harmful pollution, but the report’s authors warn more must also be done to tackle pollution from energy, industry, households and agriculture.
EU environment and transport ministers, meeting in Graz, Austria, issued a statement declaring a “green deal” for the future of transport in Europe.
Green groups welcome the commitment to building cities where moving around on foot or by bike is safe, and where vulnerable road-users are protected but the statement omits any reference to crucial emissions standards for CO2 from cars and vans up to 2030.