Monday 29th June 2020
Following an open letter from Hydrogen Strategy Now, the government are considering the future of hydrogen power in the UK.
Friday 26th June 2020
The Highway code states that drivers should be checking their cars on a weekly basis, and this is more important than ever given the current hold on MOTs due to coronavirus. However, one in ten drivers never check their vehicle for problems.
Wednesday 24th June 2020
There has been a country-wide surge in people walking and cycling to work as an alternative to driving. Due to this, steps are being taken to further protect those utilising cycle lanes.
Monday 22nd June 2020
So that they are more easily distinguishable, and zero-emissions motoring is promoted, green number plates are to be introduced for electric cars so that owners can enjoy perks such as cheaper parking or free entry to congestion zones.
Friday 19th June 2020
It appears that traffic levels across the UK are getting back to normal, whether this is to return to work, to make essential trips, making the most of lockdown restrictions easing slightly or to make the most of the odd spells of nice weather.
Wednesday 17th June 2020
It seems that many people were yet to take advantage of the ease on lockdown restrictions last week. It has been considered that the change in weather came at exactly the wrong time for people to be able to spend socially distanced time outside with friends as well as the suggestion that people are cautious to drive.
Monday 15th June 2020
Electric car owners were recently given the opportunity to make the most of surplus energy which could otherwise be wasted, whilst getting paid to do so.
Drivers face fines of £130 for minor offences, in effort to improve roads for cyclists and pedestrians
Friday 12th June 2020
As commuters shun trains and buses for more hygienic modes of transport, campaigners and councillors have called for improvements to the roads for cyclists and pedestrians. These changes could mean that motorists face fines of up to £130. The money generated from these fines is to be used to fund traffic-reducing measures.
Wednesday 10th June 2020
Due to poor public transport services, the UK has consistently been car-dependant, but adamant at avoiding expensive, over-crowded city centre car parks. And now given the circumstance and the slow return to work, the demand of private parking rentals has surged.