The Government is being advised to bring forward its ban on the sale of new petrol and diesel cars from 2040 to 2030, in a new report from the Committee on Climate Change.
The European Commission has told BMW, Daimler and VW that, in its preliminary view, that they breached antitrust EU rules over the development of engine emissions technology.
Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) is recalling 44,000 cars in the UK after regulators found 10 models were emitting more CO2 than they had been certified to emit.
Volvo Cars UK has advised fleet managers to avoid asking “the earth” from business drivers to reduce emissions and environmental impact.
A new standardised emissions rating system which allows fleet managers to see how much pollution a vehicle produces when used in urban areas has been launched.
Mann+Hummel has developed roadside filters which can reduce traffic emissions by up to 40% and – it says - could make vehicle bans from inner cities unnecessary.
Pre-booking parking and not circling around looking for spaces can significantly cut air pollution, research from YourParkingSpace.co.uk has found.
Up to 10 local authorities could be planning to introduce workplace charging levies, which could cost employees up to £1,000 per year to park at work.
The European Court of Justice says that the European Commission had no power to weaken emissions limits for on-the-road tests.
The latest Euro 6d-Temp approved diesels can play their part in the modern fleet, according to Alphabet.
Sheffield City Council has announced plans to create a clean air zone, including charges for vehicles using the inner ring road.
The Energy Saving Trust (EST) has launched a new scheme to bring local authorities and businesses together to try and create clarity over Clean Air Zone projects.
Local authorities should focus on bringing in workplace parking levies rather than introducing Clean Air Zones, a leading transport academic has claimed.
Bonn and Cologne have become Germany’s latest cities to receive a court order requiring them to introduce diesel bans from April 2019.
Most new diesels are already achieving the more stringent RDE-2 emissions standards, which don’t come into effect until January 2020.
Fleet managers need to take a pro-active approach to vehicle selection following the introduction of the new Worldwide harmonized Light vehicles Test Procedure (WLTP) or face escalating fleet costs, warns FleetVision.
The fleet industry will have to wait until the spring to see how the Government intends to mitigate the impact of WLTP on company car tax and VED.
A cross-party parliamentary motion has been tabled calling on Chancellor Philip Hammond to end red diesel for transport refrigeration ahead on the Budget on October 29.
The European Parliament wants to cut average CO2 emissions from new cars and vans by 40% by 2030, with 35% of registrations to be ultra-low emission vehicles by that time.
Less than a fifth of drivers are aware of the emissions reducing additive AdBlue, according to new research from Radius Payment Solutions.
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