Government’s plug-in car grant axe is ‘hugely disappointing’
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Government’s plug-in car grant axe is ‘hugely disappointing’

The government has closed the plug-in car grant scheme to new orders in a move that is expected to heavily disincentivise EV adoption across the UK. Mike Coulton, EV Consultant at Volkswagen Financial Services UK, explained that the decision is ‘hugely disappointing’ as many people need financial incentives to make the switch to electric an

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Three things you need to do before travelling with a pet
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Three things you need to do before travelling with a pet

If you’re like most pet owners, you consider your furry friend to be a member of the family. So it’s only natural that you would want to include them in your everyday activities, which may include driving. Travelling with pets can be a great way to bond with your furry friend and make sure they

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Petition calls for learner drivers to get legal protection from road rage
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Petition calls for learner drivers to get legal protection from road rage

Motorists have started a petition to call on the government to give learner drivers extra legal protection from dangerous driving by full licence holders. According to 59 per cent of driving instructors, new drivers are dealing with aggressive behaviour from other drivers, which has worsened since the Covid pandemic. In their latest research Marmalade car

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Porsche invests £60M into synthetic fuel production
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Porsche invests £60M into synthetic fuel production

Porsche have announced an additional $75 million investment in synthetic fuel production. In a press release, the automaker said it is taking what it calls a “long-term stake” in HIF Global LLC, a holding company for projects to develop synthetic fuel production facilities. One of the projects Chile-based HIF is involved in is the Porsche-backed

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'Grey market' created for driving tests due to DVSA backlog
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‘Grey market’ created for driving tests due to DVSA backlog

Learner drivers are forking out hundreds of pounds for driving test slots in an effort to get around long delays caused by the Covid log-jam. In cities such as London, Cardiff and Birmingham, there’s currently a six-month wait for driving tests, at least when booking individually via the official system run by the Driver and

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Drowsy driving: 4 signs you need to pull over and rest
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Drowsy driving: 4 signs you need to pull over and rest

Can’t remember the last time you pulled over for a break? Constantly yawning? You could be at risk of drowsy driving – in other words, driving when you’re too tired. Drowsy driving is a serious safety hazard on the roads. Worryingly, driving while sleep-deprived is surprisingly common in Australia, with 20% of respondents to a

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70 years of driving - then and now as we celebrate the Jubilee
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70 years of driving – then and now as we celebrate the Jubilee

As the country celebrates the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee, Quotezone.co.uk look at the iconic changes in motoring during the course of the Queen’s reign. On the Road The first thing a driver would notice in 1953 was the lack of traffic; there were four million cars on the road, 70 years on there are 40.3 million

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