Analysis of cars and vans operated by FleetCheck customers shows ‘disparity’ of fleet operators’ emissions.
One in three motorists don't know if their current diesel car meets ULEZ emissions standards
Allow Independent Road-testing says the huge variation in Euro 6 diesels makes it a poor proxy for urban emissions, as many early models emit way in excess of accepted limits.
The latest diesel cars emit significantly less nitrogen oxide (NOx) than the upcoming Real Driving Emissions 2 (RDE2) regulations will require.
Up to 90% of new cars could already meet the stringent Real Driving Emissions (RDE) NOx limits set out by the European Commission, according to Emissions Analytics.
Most new diesels are already achieving the more stringent RDE-2 emissions standards, which don’t come into effect until January 2020.
Despite pressure from Government, the city authority will not confirm plans until after its local elections. Stephen Briers reports.
City authorities around Europe are implementing different strategies to combat dirty vehicle exhausts. Jonathan Manning reports.
Fleets are rethinking vehicle choices as a result of an increase in BIK tax and vehicle excise duty based on new vehicle engine testing standards.
Research shows that replacing 10-year-old diesel cars could reduce the national fuel consumption by 173 million gallons, says Kwik Fit.
Fleets have been offered a free guide on London’s recently implemented T-Charge, coming into force on October 23.
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