Sales of electric vehicles are being constrained by battery supply. We look at why this is and what the future holds
Two in five drivers (39%) are considering an electric vehicle as their next car, according to research by Close Brothers Motor Finance.
Car dealers are increasingly viewing Brexit as an “issue” as 50% of dealers rank it highly on a list of threats, according to Close Brothers Motor Finance’s Dealer Satisfaction Survey.
Despite the political impact placed on EV uptake, most drivers care more about costs, according to Close Motor Brothers.
More than half (55%) of UK motorists would not consider buying an automonous vehicle, with safety topping their list of concerns.
According to Close Brothers’ Britain Under the Bonnet report, UK drivers considering EV ownership has doubled over the past year.
Close Brothers Motor Finance as announced the appointment of a new chief executive Rebecca McNeil
Small and medium-sized enterprises do not believe driverless cars will be a feature of our roads by 2021 and see them as a potential threat to business.
Close Brothers Motor Finance is celebrating it’s birthday milestone of 30 years by rewarding all employees with a birthday day off.
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