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The electric vehicle push

The government has announced that it will double its funding for on-street electric vehicle (EV) charging and introduce more rapid charge systems in cities. So does the use of fully EVs now make sense for your business? More...


First Scottish low-emission zone

Glasgow’s low emission zone (LEZ) has been agreed, but will not be fully in place until the end of 2022. How will this affect road users in the city and is this a sign of things to come in the UK’s other urban areas? More...


T-Charge for London

From 23 October 2017 certain vehicles entering the London Congestion Charge zone will also be subject to the T-Charge. What is it? More...


£35 million boost for low-emission vehicles


Dubious emissions counts

It’s come to light that the official emissions rating for some cars might not reflect those generated during real life usage of the vehicle. Is this likely to make a huge difference to you and, if so, how? More...


Are diesel cars no longer a green option?

For many years diesel vehicles have been considered a green alternative to petrol ones. However, the tide may have turned. Does this mean that it’s time to trade in your current vehicle? More...


Emission zones - Boris goes ultra low

The Mayor of London, Boris Johnson, has confirmed the launch of the world’s first ultra low emission zone (ULEZ). What does it mean and what are the implications for delivery vehicles and London-based businesses? More...


Air pollution limits breached in cities


Ultra-low emission zone for London

Boris Johnson is determined to get even tougher with congestion and pollution in London. To do this his plan is to enforce an Ultra-Low Emission Zone. Is it likely to happen and, if so, what would it mean and how could you prepare for it? More...


Tougher air quality standards for London

Last updated: 18.10.2019

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