About Green Cars
Driving opens up a whole world of fun activities, getting you from A to B without the need for lengthy train journeys or packed buses. Unfortunately, things can sometimes go wrong, leaving you in stressful situations only made worse by being unprepared.
Going on a road trip is a brilliant experience, but packing for it? Hmmm, a bit less so. In fact, packing for any kind of holiday is a bit of a chore – you’d prefer to either click your fingers and see it all done, as if by magic, or have someone do it all for you.
Are you looking for a new vehicle? We totally understand how confusing it can be, so to make it a little less daunting, we’ve put together this handy list of things to consider to set you on your way.
There’s a lot to think about when it comes to driving in winter. We need to check our cars more regularly and perhaps leave a little earlier in poor weather. Plus, there are a number of laws and rules that come into play that we don’t need to consider most of the year.
If you’re looking to buy a new, greener car, but you need to sell your old car first, what is a reliable way to sell your car?
It’s estimated that by 2030, 50% of cars will be electric or plug-in hybrid. With transport being one of the leading contributors to greenhouse gases in the UK, it’s no surprise that the government is attempting to combat this through new initiatives.
In recent times there have been all kinds of amazing developments and adaptations made to cars that enable those with a disability to either ride safely or, in some cases, operate the vehicle.
Now that the UK government has set the deadline of 2040 for an end to petrol and diesel vehicles it’s no longer possible to argue that electric vehicles, EVs, are a passing fad.
The UK automotive industry is currently undergoing an enormous shift towards electrified vehicles.
As greener transport has become more popular, electric vehicles are now becoming available in different shapes and sizes. Consequently, the Tesla Semi is the next step in this technological upheaval.