Motorists from CV-19 hotspots in England will be stopped on Welsh roads from 6pm today, says the Welsh Government.
FM Mark Drakeford has asked PM Boris Johnson to ban the move out of hotspots into other areas, including Wales, but so far the response has been only advisory and Wales will now introduce its own devolved legislation to stop transmission rates rising but police are not sure how they will carry out the new legislation.
Parking banned on pavements and a standard 20mph in urban areas is expected in Wales from the summer of 2022.
These are some of the proposals accepted by Welsh Government after a review of urban roads and driving.
Electric taxis and local delivery vans are coming to Cardiff and Wales.
The London Electric Vehicle Company has appointed Inter Vehicle Group as the first official full sales and after sales dealer in Wales and they are based in the Capital to supply the hybrid TX electric taxi and new VN5 electric van.
The Peugeot 108 and Citroen C1 will be ditched as the parent company rationalises its range ahead of the merger with Fiat Chrysler, according to media reports.
There is also news that Lexus will focus on SUVs and drop three models while Land Rover is halting sales of two PHEVs and Ford is struggling with a Kuga recall over potential fire risks in its traction battery powertrain.
Auction companies have reported considerably raised on-line sales of used cars.
It is in response to a boost to private vehicles as public transport fails them and prices are strong and holding up, buoyed by more models coming through from September trade ins, according to the National Association of Motor Auctions.
A new era in remote connectivity for owners of the forthcoming Mazda MX-30 will be possible through the MyMazda app.
A mobile phone link will be able to set vehicle temperature and charging as well as range and location of the nearest charging point.