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UK To Ban Sales Of Combustion Vehicles By 2030 — Report

November 14th, 2020 | by Dr. Maximilian Holland

The UK government was due to make an announcement on the possibility of a more ambitious timeline for the ban of combustion vehicles in the coming few days, and sources have already told both the BBC and the Financial Times that the ban will indeed be brought forward to


UK September Plugin Vehicle Market Share Hits 10.5%, Up 3x Year On Year

October 7th, 2020 | by Dr. Maximilian Holland

The UK's September plugin electric vehicle market share hit 10.5%, the highest ever level in "normal" (non-lockdown) trading months, up almost 3x from September 2019's 3.7%. The overall auto market was down just 4.4% from September 2019, with diesels taking a massive 38.4% hit


UK’s July EV Market Share At 9% — Up Almost 4× Year On Year

August 5th, 2020 | by Dr. Maximilian Holland

The UK saw plugin electric vehicle market share hit 9.0% in July 2020, up significantly from 2.5% in July 2019. Full battery electric vehicles continue to dominate over plugin hybrids. The overall auto market saw very strong recovery from this year's coronavirus-slammed era, growing 11.3% compared to the same month last year


This Is Why Electric Car Sales Are Blowing Up In The UK

July 8th, 2020 | by Zachary Shahan

Well, there are a few reasons why electric car sales are exploding in the UK, where they now account for nearly 10% of auto sales. I think awareness still hasn't caught up to the many benefits of an electric car or the potential for financial savings compared to a "similar" fossil-fueled car, but consumers are waking up to these matters. On the latter topic, I'll try to do my part again to bring some insight to this matter to more Brits


Electric Car FAQ & Answers — UK Edition

December 31st, 2017 | by Andy Miles

If, like me, you charge up your vehicle in public places, I am sure you will be familiar with what I am about to describe. I do my public charging at motorway service areas here in the UK. These are always busy. The car park is always nearly full, and there is a constant stream of people moving towards and away from the main doors, which lead to and from the restaurants, shops, and other public facilities



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