The scheme includes a range of different incentives worth £2,500 for taxi drivers interested in making the switch to an electric vehicle.

The demand for hybrid and plug-in cars surged 88.7 per cent in August, with a record one in 12 buyers going electric.

Legislators need to take into account the benefits and limitations of electric vans when making decisions about air quality, especially at a local level, believes Arval

Examiners from the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) will now be routinely checking lorries they stop at the roadside for emissions cheat devices.

Unlike current data on roadworks which is often out of date and incomplete, Street Manager will generate real time data and will be free for technology companies and app developers to use.

Highways England research found that motorway commuters travelling by motorway during the traditional 9am to 5pm day could be spending almost an hour extra on the road every week,

Dyson has unveiled plans to turn a disused air field into a 10-mile test track for its new electric car, which is due to debut in 2021.

Farmdrop has seen a 33 per cent reduction in incidents of poor driving per mile and a 27 per cent reduction in the kW/mile needed for its last mile deliveries in London, Bristol and Bath.

The DVLA has warned of misleading third party websites passing themselves off as DVLA.

Chariot, Ford’s ride-sharing shuttle service has launched first London route, which is aimed at connecting companies and employees in areas with limited public transport.

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