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Switching to an EV is the environmentally positive change you can make today

The Sustainable Now: Making the switch to an electric vehicle (EV) is the environmentally positive change you can make today, writes Poppy Welch, head of Go Ultra Low. As the UK emerges from lockdown, we have all had time to reflect on our lifestyle choices. From shopping locally to being increasingly mindful of household waste

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First Drive In The 2021 Polestar 2 Electric Car

We’ve been promised an electric future, and slowly but surely, it’s starting to appear over the horizon. Manufacturers have been able to develop technologies to quell range anxiety, and work with power providers to create robust charging infrastructure. Government support, most visibly in the form of tax credits to consumers, has helped to lower the

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Car tax changes branded a success as updates lead to ‘resilient demand’ for these models

CAR TAX changes introduced in March 2020 have had a positive effect on electric car sales as uptake has soared, according to experts at analysts Cornwall Insight. Car tax benefit in kind changes saw extra tax fees scrapped on models purchased under salary sacrifice schemes. Tax charges were cut from 16 percent to zero percent

Could the coronavirus accelerate the green transition?

Coronavirus continues to impact businesses across the globe causing uncertainty in all sectors of the economy. While lockdowns and travel restrictions have been relaxed in the UK, the drastically reduced air pollution experienced, albeit temporarily, has driven reappraisal of future mobility strategies while also highlighting a significant role and opportunity for the electric vehicle (EV)