Our drive to create a more informed consumer regarding fuel options must continue.
Government has wants 70% of new cars sold annually to fall into the Ultra Low Emissions (ULEV) category by 2030 as part of its Road to Zero strategy.
The majority of motorists support tougher measures to reduce pollution from vehicles in areas of poor air quality.
The recent announcement that new petrol and diesel cars will be banned from sale in the UK from 2040 has sparked much debate within the automotive industry.
NFDA Trusted Dealers and the Energy Saving Trust have launched a nationwide campaign to increase awareness of Ultra-low emission vehicles (ULEV) among UK car buyers.
Registrations of ultra-low emission vehicles increased 31% year-on-year in the first quarter of the year.
Chancellor George Osborne pledged a further £600 million to boost the update of ULEVs, but there was no mention of the future of the plug-in grant.
Twelve cities across the UK have submitted their bids to gain a share of £35 million in Government funding to boost the uptake of ultra low emission vehicles.
Car buyers are to continue to get £5,000 off the cost of an electric car after the Government announced today it would extend the plug-in grant scheme.
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 12 2020
Where: Birmingham NEC
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