Welsh Government is allocating a further £18.6M to underwrite public transport over the next six months.
Details will be given in the Welsh Budget tomorrow.
The cost of running a car for young drivers has fallen by £296 year-on-year, primarily driven by decreases in fuel and insurance costs, according to comparethemarket.com’s study.
On average, a 17 to 24-year-old driver will now pay £2,074 to run their car in the first year – the cheapest annual running cost since 2015.
FairFuelUK has written to every Tory MP calling on them to ask the Chancellor to be honest regarding the incredible success of the decade long freeze in Fuel Duty.
They say maintaining the cap must be a key component of his post pandemic economic plan and to keep Britain moving.
Jaguar is said to be seeking a partner to share costs and develop a new electric vehicle platform for future models.
It’s also looking at shedding a quarter of production capacity while Volkswagen is said to be preparing to widen appeal of its ID3 electric car with a convertible model and new entrant Fisker is planning a highly affordable small EV for Europe.
Hyundai has indicated its next mid sized EV will be followed by more up market variants, which is where bigger profits can be achieved.
A new Stellantis Group platform used by PSA will be under a new small Fiat Chrysler Jeep model to be built in Poland from 2022 after the CEO said Italian plant costs are twice those of French and Spanish operations.
American safety regulators will look at 1.9M Toyota RAV4 models over a possible fire risk.
The 2013 to 2018 models may have an issue with their 12-volt batteries believed to be the source of 11 fire reports after stalling in motion.
The Tesla Model S is the most searched luxury car in the world, according to a search analysis by money.co.uk website.
The Audi A8 was a close second and then the BMW X7 came in, all ahead of Porsche, Rolls-Royce and Range Rover models.