Newly-released data from TMC highlights worryingly-high fuel consumption and emissions in real-world driving for hybrid vehicles.
Year-to-date figures show a 10% decline for diesel with alternatives on the rise.
New models of diesel and petrol cars will have to pass a new emissions test before they are allowed on Britain’s roads from Friday (September 1, 2017).
Geo-fencing using live air quality data could be used to enforce the zero-emission running of fleet vehicles in heavily polluted areas.
Client Earth is asking for clarification on what it calls "disturbing holes" in court-ordered plans to clean up illegal levels of air pollution.
Fleets will need time and financial incentives to adapt to measures outlined in the Government’s new air quality plan, industry bodies have warned.
Mazda has announced that it will continue to focus on developing the internal combustion engine, with the launch of the Skyactiv-X in 2019.
Thousands of vehicles are subject of ‘voluntary’ service with little clue to the cost implications.
A Stuttgart judge has ruled that retrofitting illegally polluting diesel vehicles will not solve the German region’s air quality crisis.
The Government’s new air quality plan says it will end the sale of all "conventional petrol and diesel cars" by 2040.
Volkswagen says it will not pay a £2.5m congestion charge bill from the Mayor of London, because all of its vehicles qualified for the greener vehicle discount.
Mercedes-Benz will apply software upgrades to “several hundred thousand” diesel engines in the UK to cut nitrogen oxide emissions on three million vehicles.
BBC Watchdog joined forces with Auto Express to highlight technical issues experienced by “thousands” of Volkswagen customers following emissions ‘fix’.
JLR MD wants air quality debate to take into account other sources of NOx.
The High Court has ruled that there is “nothing unlawful” in the Government’s draft air quality plan.
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.
Companies urged to focus on vehicle need and stay technology neutral as fuel debate rumbles on.
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.
The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, has today unveiled his transport strategy, with a pledge to cut emissions in the capital.
Widespread uncertainty over the future of diesel on fleets is failing to have any impact on the rental market, reports Meridian Vehicle Solutions.
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