MPs who suggested that climate change targets require many UK motorists to ‘ditch the car’ completely by 2050 have questioned the commitment of car manufacturers and dealers to the promotion of alternative fuel vehicles (AFVs).
The National Franchised Dealers Association (NFDA) has welcomed a Government decision to double its funding of electric vehicle (EV) charge points in residential streets.
The National Franchised Dealers’ Association (NFDA) has said that car retailers are showing “huge appetite” to gain its electric vehicle (EV) sales accreditation.
Changes to government policy, designed to cut emissions, congestion and illness, will almost certainly affect car dealers
InstaVolt has installed its 200th rapid charger, having put its first unit in the ground in Devon just over 12 months ago.
As major cities across the UK announce their plans for Clean Air Zones (CAZ) it is clear that there is no consistent picture for the motorist or clear impact for the industry.
A cross-party group of MPs have demanded that Government imposes an outright ban on the sale of all petrol and diesel vehicles by 2032 in a bid "fast track" adoption of electric vehicles (EVs).
Government will sharpen its focus on AFV technology with an additional £100 million investment in low emission technology aiming to pave the way to its Road to Zero plan.
The Government Road to Zero strategy is a good document and much more balanced than some of the focus and messaging we have seen on the subject.
A specially-commissioned AA Populus poll of 10,293 drivers has revealed that 35% of motorists expect to own an EV within the next ten years – with younger drivers leading the change.
Automotive Management Live: Where franchised and independent dealers will find everything they need to know about operating a modern showroom and service and repair facility fit for the digital age.
When: November 7 2019
Where: Birmingham NEC
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