Greater Manchester has published its final Clean Air Plan, with an anticipated launch date of May 30 for its clean air zone.
Motorists in Coventry are scrapping their old cars in exchange for £3,000 worth of mobility credits, as part of a new initiative to improve air quality.
The Chancellor's summer economic plan introduced a range of measures to help the UK economy recover from the impact of the coronavirus.
A third of employees working in the auto industry are still on furlough and up to one in six jobs are at risk as a result of Covid-19.
The BVRLA and the FLA have outlined a set of principles upon which they believe any new scrappage scheme should be based.
The Government is set to launch a fresh incentive for UK car buyers to swap their petrol and diesel cars for an electric vehicle (EV).
Hitachi Capital Vehicle Solutions says the industry will have to ‘knuckle down’ if values are to be achieved in a post-pandemic used car market.
Car makers are calling on the UK Government to introduce a scrappage scheme or other incentives to boost new car sales in the wake of the Coronavirus pandemic.
A £1 million scrappage scheme will be trialled in Coventry next year, with motorists given up to £3,000 worth of mobility credits to ditch their car.
With just a matter of days to go before the launch of London’s Ultra-Low Emission Zone, the fleet industry has again called for more support to help businesses comply with clean air zones.
Britain’s largest union Unite is calling for a national car scrappage scheme to promote the sustainable take up of electric vehicles (EVs).
Derby City Council are in no rush to jump on the 'CAZ charging bandwagon' and will try alternative methods to meet air quality obligations.
Scrappage schemes will not get us any further in the fight against pollutants, RAC Foundation research suggests.
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