The British Government should incentivise EV private car purchases, say the car-makers.
The Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders said the ev market has moved from the early adopter phase with 16% of new registrations but more incentives were needed to push towards the zero emissions target of the Government.
A petition in Wales calling for this week’s 20mph urban speed limit to be repealed has already raised 240,000 signatures and it can run until March 2024.
Meanwhile, the GoSafe website outlines the enforcement threshold for 20mph blanket speed limits will be 10% plus 4mph, meaning drivers can travel up to 26mph before they will be prosecuted.
Volvo will stop selling diesel cars early next year and be all-electric by 2030, it announced yesterday.
Ten years later it aims to be carbon neutral and its the first legacy car maker to make this announcement.
Gofor is introducing a driver portal for the growing client base of salary sacrifice customers the Edinburgh-based fleet management company serves.
Built by BCF Wessex, the introduction of the portal is an extension of Gofor’s existing arrangement with the expert salary sacrifice consultancy and will provide drivers online access to the latest electric vehicle (EV) offers, where they can compare the different cars available to them at a salary sacrifice level that suits their circumstances.
Geely Holding Group’s electric mobility technology brand ZEEKR, has partnered with Plugsurfing to provide its European customers with a tailor-made public EV charging service, ZEEKR Charge.
ZEEKR drivers have access to over 550,000 charge points in 27 European countries.