MG is lending 100 ZS ev models to health authorities for six months.
The vehicles will be used to perform a variety of roles and support services during the coronavirus epidemic in the UK.
FAXI is a community based service to link those with transport and needs.
Volunteer action groups globally can create private closed communities to help identify individuals who need help through the network.
With the six months extension to MoT Tests certification, IAM Roadsmart is emphasising drivers should make regular basic checks on vehicles.
These include fluid levels, tyres, lights, horn, washers and wipers.
Although fitters are unable to connect data boxes, insurethebox says cover for clients will be honoured during the coronavirus clampdown.
Only accident alert and theft recovery will not be included and clients will not be able to see their travel data on-line.
Ford has been reduced to junk status by S&P investment advisors as it struggles with the closure of all its plants and has not indicated when normal production will restart.
It’s second downgrade for the car maker in six months and the highest profile business so far rated in this way during the coronavirus but fellow US car maker GM is also on watch.
RAC patrols are still working to assist members who breakdown.
They are also serving emergency vehicles which need help and delivery vehicles.
The Bloodhound project to break the sound barrier on land and exceed 800mph has gone into hibernation.
The multi-million-pound venture has been hit by potential sponsors closing talks as they adjust to the coronavirus and it now seems unlikely the speed attempt can be held in 2021 but the team is using the opportunity to refine fuels, engines and aerodynamics on the car.
The VW Transporter has become the longest running CV model in history, passing its 70th birthday this month.
Production since March 1950 has seen six generations and 13 million models made.
The Goodwood Festival of Speed planned for July is postponed until later in the year but a date has yet to be agreed.
At the moment, the Goodwood Revival in September is going ahead as planned, but this may also be moved depending on decisions over the coronavirus treatment.
Daimler is seeking a £9 Billion credit line to help payments and business during the coronavirus clampdown.
It has lost tens of thousands of vehicles in assembly plants around the world and buyers are staying away from closed showrooms.
Component suppliers can survive the coronavirus crisis by remaining unified and honoring financial commitments,, said the new president of the European suppliers lobby group CLEPA.
Thorsten Muschal, head of sales and program management at Faurecia, was elected in January, and immediately faced the auto industry’s biggest challenge in recent memory as automakers and major suppliers halted or scaled back production in China, North America and Europe.