The Institute of the Motor Industry (IMI) is supporting the development of a Professional Standard for technician to repair electric vehicles safely.
The Institute of the Motor Industry says it's vital that training and accreditation is extended to those dealing with electric vehicles (EVs) at the roadside.
More needs to be done to encourage motorists to make the switch from diesel and petrol engines to electric and hybrid alternatives.
Government investment in the next generation of electric vehicles (EVs) is likely to fail because of a shortage of skilled technicians, the IMI has warned.
Almost one in five MPs believe all technicians in their local garage are qualified to work on today’s vehicles, according to the IMI.
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