The cost of repairs to vehicles suffering pothole damage over the past 12 months has been revealed in new research published by Kwik Fit.
Consultation will be launched to decide the distance a new hybrid electric vehicle can travel on zero emissions to remain on sale from 2030 to 2035.
A new fleet benchmarking initiative funded by the Department for Transport will be unveiled at the Fleet200 Executive Club virtual meeting on March 30.
Government says E10 fuel – a blend of petrol and ethanol – could cut transport CO2 emissions by 750,000 tonnes a year.
Electric Vehicle Association (EVA) England wants to hear the views of electric vehicle (EV) drivers about their experiences of using public charge points.
The Department for Transport (DfT) has allocated £500 million to local authorities in England for highways maintenance.
Workplace Charging Scheme (WCS) expanded to include small to medium enterprises (SMEs) and Electric Vehicle Homecharge Scheme (EVHS) extended, announces DfT.
The Government wants charge point operators to make charging an electric vehicle (EV) no different to fuelling a petrol or diesel car.
A coroner has asked the CPS to consider a charge of corporate manslaughter for Highways England after a woman was killed on a stretch of smart motorway.
Go Ultra Low – a joint industry and Government campaign – to promote the uptake of electric vehicles (EVs) has failed to secure additional funding.
The Government has announced a further £20 million in funding to boost the number of on-street electric vehicle (EV) charge points.
To mark the first anniversary of Brexit, the Government has unveiled new designs for driving licences and number plates without the EU flag.
Self-driving technology will be present in 40% of all new UK car sales by 2035, with a total market value of £41.7 billion, a new report suggests.
A survey has been launched for fleets to have their say on how driving for work guidance from the HSE and DfT can be improved.
The first electric vehicles will be given green number plates from today, with Government suggesting the move could unlock incentives for drivers and fleets.
The Government has outlined a series of measures focused on minimising disruption over the Christmas period, including the removal of 778 of miles of roadworks.
New petrol and diesel cars and vans will not be allowed to be sold in the UK from 2030.
The Government has decided to bring forward the ban on new diesel and petrol cars and vans by 10 years from 2040 to 2030, reports suggest.
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