David Martell, the chief executive of charging point supplier Chargemaster, on what the future holds for the EV market and how it will affect car dealers
Suzuki's head of European automobiles Takanori Suzuki and Suzuki GB managing director Nobuo Suyama have visited Luscombe Motors as part of a "fact finding" mission to discuss EV and the future market.
Motors.co.uk, has launched a new electric vehicle hub in response to “growing customer demand” for alternative fuel vehicles.
Lancashire car dealers could be in for an EV boost as the county prepares for the installation of 150 charging points by Chargemaster.
While franchised dealers hope investment and training requirements will deter independents, AM’s survey suggests most workshops are unprepared for boom in AFVs.
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Motorists are set to make the shift to EVs over the next decade but just 3% are considering the move in the next six months, according to new research.
By Oly Richmond chief executive of Servicing Stop
Motorists fail to see that automated and driverless vehicles will deliver promised benefits such as congestion, running costs and a reduced environmental impact, according to a new study.
Go Ultra Low has broadened the appeal of its EV promotions campaign with the announcement that 100 companies have joined its cause - demonstrating their commitment to run eco-friendly fleets.
Close Brothers Motor Finance has revealed that 21% of motorists will only buy an EV when technology improves.
BuyaCar.co.uk has reported a 113% rise in searches for EV and hybrid vehicles on its website since last week's announcement that the sale of "conventional petrol and diesel" vehicles will be banned in 2040.
JCT600 VLS has been awarded Go Ultra Low status due to promotion and usage of ultra low emission vehicles (ULEVs) in its fleet.
The insurance industry has released a white paper to clarify uncertainty around the different levels of vehicle automation.
A study has revealed that motorists think autonomous cars could be on sale by 2022.
Nissan has announced that it aims to be at the forefront of the EV market, following Business minister Greg Clark’s energy storage announcement.
Chargemaster has opened the UK’s first multi-brand electric vehicle (EV) showroom in Milton Keynes.
Motorists have been able to monitor the emissions and fuel benefits of the Toyota Yaris Hybrid thanks to a new test drive initiative.
The AA Trust is launching the first ever free of charge EV driving course in collaboration with Chargemaster.
Hyundai Motors has revealed its strategic plan to be the number one Asian automotive brand in Europe by 2021.
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