The Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, Environmental Audit, Health and Social Care, and Transport Committees have published a joint report on air quality.
Diesel cars face a ‘perfect storm’ that could see their market share fall from 50% to just 15% by 2025, according to new research published by Aston University.
Scrappage schemes will not get us any further in the fight against pollutants, RAC Foundation research suggests.
The Government’s new air quality plan says it will end the sale of all "conventional petrol and diesel cars" by 2040.
Diesel vehicles continued to slip at a steeper rate than petrol at three years and 60,000 miles, with an overall downward movement of 2% in June.
Around two thirds of UK road users would support a scrappage scheme for older diesel cars, vans and lorries, according to a survey by IAM RoadSmart.
Government says local authorities should avoid charging motorists to drive into the UK’s most polluted towns and cities.
The High Court has told the Government it must publish its plan for improving air quality before the general election.
The Government has asked the courts for permission to delay the publication of plans to meet EU air quality standards until after the general election.
Fleets should “act now” if they want to avoid being hit with toxin taxes aimed at improving air quality.
Growing hysteria regarding diesel cars could have a negative impact on the fleet sector if the reality isn’t put into perspective.
Diesel cars and vans that do not meet the Euro 6 environmental standard will have to pay £12.50 to enter central London from April 8, 2019
Fleets are being warned to prepare for tax changes to diesel vehicles by the end of the year as part of the Government’s efforts to tackle air quality concerns.
Temporary 20% rise in VED on new diesels could be used to fund scrappage of polluting old ones, says report
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