Cyclists in Wales have been told they can ride up to 40 miles to exercise, compared to five miles by motorists.
Welsh Government has said this is a reasonable move but it’s attracted criticism because some other exercise like playing tennis, where players are more than two metres apart, is still banned.
Knox Road, Cardiff, opposite the city’s prison, is the least safe car park in Wales and the eighth worst in the UK with 146 crimes in 12 months.
With just 11 crimes in the same period, Llandudno Station car park in North Wales is the safest in the region and eighth best place to park, says Uswitch comparison company.
Welsh Government is out of touch with most of Wales outside urban areas, says the opposition.
Commenting on the Health Minister Vaughan Gething’s statement that to travel 20 miles in rural Wales “… almost certainly isn’t local” Darren Millar MS – the Shadow Minister for Covid Recovery – said, “This is yet another example of an urban-centric Welsh Labour Government Minister who is completely out of touch with anywhere beyond Cardiff.”
Auto Vivendi will be holding its first UK Ultimate Supercar Track Day at Brands Hatch on 11 August.
Members will be able to drive four laps in each of 10 supercars on the full GP circuit at the iconic British track.
Government must deliver tangible policies and effective outcomes to phase-out traditional motor vehicles and replace them with electric models, says green group Transport and Environment.
The next 12 months will be critical for road transport as Government consults on plans to phase-out cars and vans with internal combustion engines within 15 years and promises to publish a broader Transport Decarbonisation Plan by the end of this year.
Germany is considering a plan to subsidise its automotive sector by £4.5 Billion to help it through the worst recession in 28 years.
However, the scheme may be conditional on help going only where electric vehicles are encouraged among buyers.
A new-look Geneva motor show is being planned.
The classic car show had to be cancelled this year along with other motor shows due to the Coronavirus-19 pandemic and now organisers are reportedly considering how they can accommodate visitors while meeting social distancing rules in the halls and on stands and which may still be enforced next spring.
Wellhouse Leisure sold seven campervans in a single day last week as Britons embraced staying in the UK for holidays and turned their backs on planes.
It bodes well for the Yorkshire business which is moving to a new larger factory next month to satisfy growing demand for its conversions.
Heavy goods vehicle maker Scania, majority owned by a VW subsidiary, is preparing to lay-off 5,000 of its 51,000 global employees.
It’s seen a sharp decline in business losing two-thirds in the first quarter of this year and does not see a return to pre-lockdown levels for a long time.