About Green Cars
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.
It’s easy to make mistakes when you’re driving, as it’s such a complicated process.
We are currently undergoing a green revolution in the auto industry, with more and more motorists making the switch to eco-friendly automobiles from petrol and diesel. This is reflected in the startling sales figures, with diesel falling by a third in October and Alternatively Fuelled Vehicles (AFVs) rising by 36.9%.
The UK government is working hard alongside car manufacturers to increase the number of electric-powered vehicles on the road. In a bid to lower carbon emissions and decrease the effect fossil fuels are having on the environment, they’re offering great incentives for drivers to make the switch to a greener car.
Technology is everywhere, in fact a vast majority of the population now carries around powerful computers in their pockets in the form of smartphones.
What’s the future for the oil companies as sales of electric cars rise?
The Government’s announcement of a plan to ban the sale of all diesel and petrol cars by 2040 has created quite a stir in the motor industry. This plan is in a bid to tackle air pollution and is part of a much wider scheme to make the UK more eco-conscious.
It was not so long ago that you had a simple choice in life: you could be environmentally responsible or you could drive a ‘Chelsea Tractor’. Even ten years back, the thought of choosing a 4×4, or SUV, as our American cousins are gradually teaching us to say, and at the same time having a care for your car’s green credentials would have resulted in laughter and derision.