Peugeot has delivered 611 vehicles to 38 different Police and Fire services across the UK to support their daily operational needs.
The latest delivery forms part of an order for over 1,500 new cars and vans by the 38 different authorities and include the all-new 208 and e-208, 308, 508, the multi-award winning 3008 SUV and 5008 SUV and Partner, Expert and Boxer vans.
The Financial Conduct Authority will shake up the insurance industry and motor policies.
It will save drivers and householders about £3.7Billion by ending the practice of renewal premiums being higher than those for new customers to a business.
Volvo’s plan to be carbon neutral by 2040 have been verified and approved by the independent Science Based Targets Initiative.
This body validates the operations proposed by companies in accordance with the Paris Agreement on climate change.
The Vauxhall Combo is revealed as the cheapest van to run, costing just £2,041 per year – the equivalent to 10% of the average apprentice salary.
Confused.com looked at the cv market and the Ford Transit Connect was the cheapest van to buy outright, costing £16,183, with a yearly running cost of £2,071, while van drivers looking for storage space might opt for a MAN TGE or Mercedes Sprinter – both of which offer 14 cubic metres in space.
Over the first eight months of 2020, EU demand for passenger cars contracted by 32.0%.
In total, 6,123,852 new cars were registered across the European Union from January to August, almost 2.9 million less than during the same period last year while August saw a drop of nearly 19%.