British chemicals specialist and sustainble technology company Johnson Matthey has pulled out of the UK battery industry.
The company said potential returns would not justify future investment and it is instead looking into hydrogen and decarbonisation systems for transport.
Vertu Motors says Brits need to save £6,098 to afford to be a new driver for their first year in the UK.
The research compiled from more than 20 financial data sources (including Nimblefins and the Money Advice Service) also found that it would take the average first-time driver 1.1 years (or 13 months) worth of savings to afford to drive on British roads in 2021 with costs for he annual costs calculation included buying a second-hand vehicle, new driver insurance, road tax, MOT, servicing, breakdown cover, and average fuel cost.
Music with more than 120 beats per minute is most likely to make drivers speed and take risks, according to research in China.
American Idiot is the track most likely to lead to an accident while Stairway to Heaven will keep you on the road and right side of the law, reports Carvine.