The number of plug-in electric cars on British roads grew by three quarters last year, according to new Motorparc data released by the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT).

The Audi AI:ME is designed for use in the city and for automated driving at level four, which is the second-highest level on a standardised international scale for increasing automation.

What Car?’s True MPG testing has revealed that new official fuel economy tests are providing more accurate results than ever before, but still an average of 4.9% worse than claimed.

The Highland Council has introduced 35 Enterprise Car Club vehicles to help reduce the organisation’s reliance on the ‘grey fleet’.

The Isle of Wight Council is offering a free year-long parking permit for owners of new, zero-emission electric vehicles.

Oply UK is a new joint venture with investment from mobility provider ExaMotive SA, and SAIC Motor, owners of the British motoring brand MG.

The all-electric 2014 Nissan Leaf has toped the list as the UK’s fastest selling used car in March 2019, taking an average of just 17 days to turn.

The 5StarS consortium has released a consultation paper to seek feedback on a new assurance framework to assess the cybersecurity of vehicles.

Logistics operators are being invited to enter in the Logistics Emissions Reduction Scheme (LERS) Awards 2019. 

Gridserve has announced plans to build a UK-wide network of Electric Forecourts®, designed specifically for the needs of electric vehicle (EV) drivers.

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