Ten facts you need to know about diesel

Despite their recent bad press, British car buyers registered almost a quarter of a million new diesel cars in March – an all-time high. The Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT) reveals why it’s not all bad news for…

The drive for clean air

Diesel as a fuel has become the staple of car fleets since the government introduced CO2 emission based benefit in kind tax rules in 2002. Little wonder: it’s thermally efficient – producing low levels of CO2 and plenty of miles…

Cut costs by switching to electric vehicles

Electric cars can be a very effective way to save you money on motoring, says Go Ultra Low, the campaign group comprising seven vehicle manufacturers, Government and the SMMT and established to promote the uptake of EVs. Read on for…

Managing rising fuel costs post Brexit

As the song says, ‘there maybe trouble ahead…’ It’s more than a week on, I’ve just checked, and we’re still going out of Europe – but whatever your feelings post Brexit vote, the consequences of the UK’s decision need to…

The changing perspective on diesel

It’s difficult not to conclude that the company car staple – the diesel car – is being got at. Set up, and shot down. Once lauded for mile stretching tankfuls, low emission engines, and reduced benefit in kind taxation, the…

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