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If given the option of the whole colour wheel to choose from, would you still opt for the traditional car colours that have remained firm favourites over the years? Or would you stand apart from the crowd and risk ridicule by buying a car in a colour that’s bound to turn heads?
One of the major issues with electric cars at the moment is the amount of time it takes for them to be recharged. To fill up at a conventional petrol station takes a few minutes, whereas to charge an electric car currently takes approximately 30 minutes.
The Independent reports:
As the shift towards electric cars continues, it comes as no surprise that Scotland is looking to phase out the sale of new petrol and diesel cars by 2032.
Shehab Khan, The Independent, reports:
Recent research has highlighted the impact of not turning off your engine at the school gates, with 20 minutes of idling a day capable of filling a swimming pool with fumes.
Rob Hull, The Mail Online, reports:
Combining pizza with autonomous vehicles isn’t an obvious pairing, but none-the-less, Dominos have partnered with Ford to deliver their pizza with self-driving cars.
Martin Saarinen, Auto Express, reports:
Minis come in all shapes and sizes, with the three-door Mini, the roadster Mini, the two-seat coupe Mini, the two and four door SUV-Mini and now the electric Mini!
The Mail Online reports:
The end of the summer has arrived, and for many that means going back to school. For all those who haven’t had weeks off during the summer, the only saviour has been the reduced commute time to work due to less traffic on the roads, but that’s now set to change once again.
Finding a cost effective and long-lasting solution to fixing potholes on UK roads definitely sounds like something worth investing in. But plastic roads are not a solution the majority are familiar with, so what are the benefits?
Pete Baiden, MSN News, reports:
Learner drivers are currently not allowed on motorways, but it looks as though that’s set to change.
Neil Lancefield, The Independent, reports:
UK roads have changed a lot in the past decade. Roads have become busier, cars have become cleverer and arguably the state of roads has generally declined. Drivers are often prone to picking up bad habits over time, making the idea of re-sitting a driving test today a daunting one.